A PFS Member Sneak Preview of WARM BODIES
Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 7:30 PM (EST)
Members, please note the following:
- Seating is limited. Register early to confirm your seat(s). Reservations will be processed in the order received. If space is available you will receive a confirmation email with check-in instructions. More Sneak Preview FAQ's>>
- Please arrive AT LEAST 30 minutes prior to the designated start time to find adequate seating or to claim RESERVED seating.
If your membership level (Producer or Executive Producer) qualifies you for reserved seating, we CANNOT hold your seats after the designated start time and still require that you arrive AT LEAST 15 minutes prior to the start of the film. There are no reserved seats for other levels of Film Society membership. Members who knowingly remove the sign from a reserved seat or take a seat that is reserved for another member without being directed to do so by staff may be asked to leave the screening.
- Some Studios DO NOT PERMIT CELL PHONES within the theater during a preview screening. In those cases, you may choose to leave your cellphone at home, in your vehicle, or theater security will collect it at the door. It will be returned to you at the end of the film. If notified, PFS will inform members prior to the screening but please note that the organization has no control over this policy and it can be instated randomly at any time.
About the Film:
Director: Jonathan Levine
Cast: Nicholas Holt, Teresa Palmer, and John Malkovich
Release Date: February 1st, 2013
Run Time: 97 minutes
When & Where
The Philadelphia Film Society (PFS)’s mission is to utilize film’s unique capacity to engage a broad cross-section of the community, while further providing access to powerful films from around the world in order to increase education and understanding. It does so by annually producing a top-tier film festival featuring the best of American and International cinema, programming the Roxy theater, thereby providing daily access to films and experiences from which the Philadelphia community can be further engaged and educated, as well as by offering unique and varied screenings and events throughout the year that furthers the awareness of film as an important form of artistic expression and instrument of cultural change.