On Saturday, September 20th IHP kicked off the first in our new speakers series, Wayfaring: Conversations on Travel, Art, and Culture. Artist Steve Powers was our first guest in this series which has been curated by Anthony... Read More
An interdisciplinary team of engineers from the University of Pennsylvania has made a discovery regarding the surface properties of graphene, the Nobel-prize winning material that consists of an atomically thin sheet of carbon... Read More
It may be cold in Philadelphia but there are plenty of hot times on offer during week three of Free to Love: The Cinema of the Sexual Revolution. Six films will be shown through Saturday, most of which give a look at 1960s/70s... Read More
After a very successful opening weekend, with films as varied as the erotic Japanese arthouse In the Realm of the Sesnses to the underground queer epic Pink Narcissus, Free to Love: The Cinema of the Sexual Revolution rolls on... Read More
After many months of research, planning, preparing and anticipation, the exhibition Free to Love: The Cinema of the Sexual Revolution is finally upon us! The series, which runs from January 10th through February 15th, presents an... Read More
In March 2013, we were delighted to be featured on page 158 of the USAirways Magazine. Check out the story here! Read More
PLEASE NOTE: The dates/times for some of these films were recently changed.  Click here to double-check the full schedule. Recently released feature films from several Middle East countries presented as the best selections... Read More
Philly Magazine's Best of Philly: 2013 Winner for Best Film Fun Philly may not have a repertory cinema, but the weekly screenings at this University City complex for students come pretty close. There are fun flicks, such as... Read More
Writing in response to art institutions that were dismissive of the significance of underground film making to artistic authenticity, Mekas wrote his sweeping statement as a battle cry to kindred spirits against a cinema industry... Read More
Jean-Gabriel Périot’s films are unsettling. They unsettle me. And so, as one would expect, writing about them is an unsettling experience. None of the obvious locations of critique are quite adequate in deconstructing his overall... Read More
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