LIGHTBOX FILM CENTER TO TRANSFER TO UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS International House Philadelphia’s 40-year-old film program will relaunch at UArts in 2020 PHILADELPHIA (October 14, 2019) – Ensuring the continuation of... Read More
Since IHP’s announcement this spring of the decision to sell 3701 Chestnut and take a new path to further its mission, members of the IHP community have expressed sadness about the end of an era, curiosity about what’s next for... Read More
Happy Summer!  International House Philadelphia is excited to announce that now through August 31st, we will be offering a 20% discount on all Conference Center and Ibrahim Theater rentals using the code SUMMERSAVE... Read More
It is with mixed emotions that we share news of significant upcoming changes for International House Philadelphia, including the decision to sell IHP’s building and property at 3701 Chestnut Street and set a new course for the... Read More
The storied International House Philadelphia, grazing the northern end of campus at 3701 Chestnut St. as a home for 1,122 international residents, adds a new leader to its more than 100-year-old history this summer. Josh Sevin... Read More
International House Philadelphia is pleased to announce that our flagship arts program Lightbox Film Center has a new website. Our film center rebranded last year, reflected in the name change, and now it has a dedicated website... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                              CONTACT: Chrissie DiAngelus, 215-895-6525,   JOSH SEVIN NAMED PRESIDENT AND CEO OF INTERNATIONAL HOUSE PHILADELPHIA... Read More
In the Kids of the Black Hole series starting June 15, all five films feature teenagers setting fire to suburban boredom, drawing inspiration from their favorite punk and metal bands. Chief Curator Jesse Pires also came up with... Read More
By Michelle Caffrey, Philadelphia Business Journal May 16, 2018 Monday was Josh Sevin’s first day on the job as the new CEO of International House Philadelphia (IHP), a nonprofit organization in University City focused... Read More
Screening May 12- 25, Joaquim Pedro de Andrade’s films are situated within Brazil’s Cinema Novo movement, known for its honest portrayal of life inside the country from the 1950s through the 1970s. The name Cinema Novo was... Read More
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