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This Philly Woman Is Making Documentary About India’s “Marriage Cops”

When you and your spouse have a big problem that you can’t resolve, you might go to a marriage counselor or just get divorced. But […]


Watch Michael Solomonov Search for Israeli Cuisine on the Big Screen

Nationally speaking, Michael Solomonov is the current face of Philly food. He’s our chef. The one who got so big, he was capable of turning the country’s […]

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WATCH: Philly Documentary Highlights Problems With the Gender Binary

A very touching new mini-documentary shot in and around Philadelphia features a series of engaging and moving discussions about not only trans identity, but the problem […]

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REVIEW: Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

Why is it that when the world learned of Steve Jobs’ death in 2011, complete strangers who never even knew him were overcome with tears? […]

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A New Documentary Asks Do I Sound Gay?

“I never have to come out to anyone. I say, ‘Hello,’ and it’s a done deal.” That might be my favorite line from the trailer […]

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Philadelphia’s Martin Luther King High Football Team to Be Featured All Week on ESPN

With all the news surrounding Mo’ne Davis and the Taney Dragons, there has arguably been no better time for Philadelphia youth in sports. Maybe that’s why […]

Kids For Cash Movie, Luzerne County PA Judges
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Horror Movie: Kids for Cash

In high school, odds are you knew (or were) a merry prankster like Hillary Transue. The one who was whip-smart, quick with a quip and […]

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COMING SOON: New Documentary Explores “Kids for Cash” Scandal in PA A new documentary exploring the headline-making “kids for cash” scandal that took place in Luzerne County, Pa., in 2007, is opening this weekend in […]

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Lamb of God Documentary Gets World Premiere at the Troc

Looks like thrash metal band Lamb of God has chosen the Troc to world-premiere their upcoming documentary, As the Palaces Burn. A nice honor, but not […]

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Two Films For Philly Movie Fans at This Year’s Sundance Festival

This year’s Sundance Festival is in full swing out in Park City, Utah, where two Philly-centric films are enjoying some much-hyped screen time. Mad Men […]