The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival will celebrate its eighth year with another eclectic lineup of independent films from Sept. 27 through Oct. 1 at Theatre Exile, 1340 S. 13th St. in South Philly.
PUFF8 will present a unique, wide-ranging mix of new and old films from all genre spectrums and end with free rock and roll brunch along with a retro screening of the classic Y2K comedy Josie and the Pussycats.
“This is the most exciting lineup we’ve had in a while,” added Matt Profaci, the festival’s operations manager. “It’s a truly unique blend of new, independent filmmaking with some really bizarre throwbacks that are unmissable. Our programmers worked so hard this year and we can’t wait to unleash #PUFF8 to our fans.”
Films include Caddy Hack, Bizarre Block, Killer Workout, Horror Shorts, Grieve, 10 Year Anniversary Motivational Growth, Emmanuelle’s Revenge, Global Grab Bag, Sweet Relief, Hunting for the Hag, Local Block, Scream Therapy, Enter the Clones of Bruce, Psychosis, Door, T Blockers, Music Videos, Josie and the Pussycats, and Hist-O-Rama 3D: It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.
Tickets and a full list of films can be found at https://filmfreeway.com/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival. Full fest badges are available for $90 before the festival ($100 at the door) and individual tickets are $15.