International House Philadelphia Presents: Free to Love: The Cinema of the Sexual Revolution, January 10 - February 15, 2014
International House Philadelphia Presents: Free to Love: The Cinema of the Sexual Revolution
More than 60 commercial and underground films dedicated to the sexual revolution will be presented in Free to Love,running Jan. 10 – Feb. 15, 2014 atInternational House Philadelphia’s (IHP) Ibrahim Theater (3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia; 215-387-5125),a resource for world-class avant-garde and repertory cinema since 1976. This expansive film series, which includes appearances and talks by several of the original filmmakers and influential film historians, explores the political and artistic tumult of the 1960s and ‘70s and its effect on contemporary culture. The series is supported by a grant from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage.
Canary Promotion is providing full-service media relations for the month-long film series, which includes rare screenings, talks by noted film critics and historians, and personal appearances by some of the original filmmakers.
International House Philadelphia has a critical three-fold mission: to maintain a diverse and welcoming community for scholars from around the world, while introducing them to the American experience; to broaden the horizons of its residents and the Greater Philadelphia community through high quality international arts and humanities programs; and to encourage understanding, respect, and cooperation among the people of all nations.
Throughout the year, International House Philadelphia presents hundreds of public programs to Philadelphia-area residents, fostering a global community by celebrating the world’s cultural diversity and exploring issues from an international perspective. Year after year, we continue our legacy of introducing international art and culture to Philadelphia, while at the same time acclimating our residents to the American way of life. Beyond our well-known film program, we also host over 200 events each year including concerts, art exhibits, seminars, symposiums, receptions, cultural & cuisine events, and more.