Want to check out the Geek Award winning feature documentary The Backyard Philly Project?
Well you’re in luck, the film will be screening as part of the First Glance Film Festival Saturday, September 21st during their Twilight Screening Program that starts at 5:00pm at The Franklin Institute and consists of the following shorts leading up the to feature:
Tanith (short film): A girl runs through a wood. She is running away from something or someone. Suddenly she arrives in a ghost town: it’s a mysterious place, surrounded by a hostile and fascinating nature.
Vanished (short film): A secret research facility has been completely annihilated when a special ops team comes to the rescue. Keaton, a hard-nosed investigator, tries to reconstruct what has happened when one sole survivor is discovered.Alex, shell-shocked and wounded, cannot remember much, still Keaton is relentless. He needs to find out what she knows right now to avoid an even greater disaster.
Palace (short film): A struggling theater owner and his granddaughter face the potential extinction of their fifty-year old magical movie palace as a corporate young executive and his company threaten to demolish it.
The Backyard Philly Project: The Backyard Philly Project delves into the lives of four teens growing up in Penn Town, an inner-city neighborhood, and how their involvement with Helping Hand Rescue Mission has given them hope for a better life through tutoring and other character-building activities aimed at young people.
For $10 that isn’t such a bad deal and you REALLY should support Philly indie film and check this out. You can pick up tickets here.
But if you want a chance to win a pair of tickets to check out The Backyard Philly Project thanks to the great folks at the First Glance Film Festival simply comment with your FULL NAME and your favorite documentary and why and the best/most interesting comment by September 15th will get a pair of tickets to check the film out Saturday, September 21st.