Phoenix Film Festival Continues (R)evolution of Film Series With Free Screening of the 1975 Film JAWS


The Phoenix Film Festival showcases many brilliant films from young filmmakers who are inspired to pursue their vision. An inspiration derived from the works of directors before them who broke the boundaries of conventional wisdom and brought us what we have affectionately and sincerely referred to as classics.

So I can’t imagine a better way to view inspiration, and perhaps relive a treasured moment in our own lives, then to enjoy these classic films on the big screen. Once a month, from January to March, the Phoenix Film Festival will present the (R)evolution of Film Series to us. The next film to be shown at the Harkins Scottsdale 101, on February 13th, is the 1975 Spielberg blockbuster Jaws. .

Every show begins at 7:00 pm and is designated a “Pay What You Want” event. All donations will support the Phoenix Film Foundation. Each film will be introduced by film critic Colin Boyd and include a post-film discussion co-hosted by a different local film critic every month. The following films will be showing on the following dates, and co-hosted by the following film critics:

Thursday, February 13th 2014- JAWS; co-hosted by Mike & Joel Massie (


Thursday, March 6th 2014- PULP FICTION; co-hosted by Henry Beck (


Harkins Scottsdale 101 is located at 7000 East Mayo Blvd. at Scottsdale Road and Loop 101.

All of the showings are free, and donations to support the film series are appreciated.

7000 East Mayo Blvd. Ste. 1059, Phoenix, AZ 85054 (602) 955-6444 Email: [email protected]

The Phoenix Film Festival is a program of the

501c3 non-profit Phoenix Film Foundation

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