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Destination Norristown Arts Hill: Creating change through creativity The Norristown Arts Festival brings together talents from across the Philadelphia region for a day of food, fun and entertainment for people of all ages. Showcasing local and regional talents the festival strives to bring new life to the Norristown community through the arts. Visit for directions and more information.

Monday, July 9, 2012

Movies On The Hill, Friday July 13, 8 pm

The corner of East Airy & Dekalb Street, Norristown, PA

A FREE screening of independent short films, conveniently located a few blocks from the Norristown Transportation Center! (R-6, Norristown High Speed Line, etc.)

Bring your blankets and chairs to see the shorts and meet the artists! Popcorn, cotton candy & beverages will be available for sale. This screening is rated approximately PG-13 (mature subject matter/violence).

Selections include:

1. Alienative, Kevin Lee, Philadelphia, PA
2. Night Terrors, Matthew Thompson, Philadelphia, PA
3. Intercambios, Brian Aramayo, Alaska
4. The Fairy Prince…?, Jeff Orens, Sewell, NJ
5. Pattern: Response, Charlie Steak, Phoenix, AZ
6. The Butler Did It, Kristin & Justin Schaack, Minneapolis, MN
7. Two Stories Up, Michael Marchetti, Cherry Hill, NJ
8. Drawn, Andy Ritchie, Philadelphia, PA
9. Family Tree, MindChamber, Glenside, PA
10. Worlds Apart, Michael Zachary Huber, Sunnyvale, CA
11. Anna, Dan Brown, Philadelphia, PA

If you would like your film or animation considered for a future “Movies from the Hill” and other Film Library programs, please submit to the Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival and check the box for “film library” at

Sincere thanks to our presenting sponsors:

-Norristown Municipality
-Life Unchained
-Portnoff Law Associates, LTD
-State Street Advisors

Also extra-special thanks to our donors, who are the heart of our organization.

Project Twenty1 is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Donations to our organization & programs are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law, and retweets, reposts, and articles about our programs award good karma points.


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