Virtual Screenings

We are carefully curating virtual experiences to share with you that resonate with our mission of nurturing community.  Your screening purchase will support the Colonial, and help us remain a vibrant center for film and the live arts once we re-open.

Every new release we offer will be available through the individual distributor’s websites and streaming services. You’ll be taken to their websites to purchase and watch the film, but a portion of your ticket will help support The Colonial Theatre.

 

 

 

Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me

Fri., August 21, 2020 thru Thu., October 1, 2020

Directed by Adam Lippe. United States. 2020. Sexual situations and gore. Recommended for 17 and over. 1 Hour 42 minutes. Digital.

The Colonial Theatre is thrilled to offer a Philadelphia filmmaker the opportunity to showcase their work. By selecting a ticket, you can watch the film on the Colonial’s Vimeo channel for the next 48 hours.
Take Note:
The film is Unrated by the MPAA. The film does contain sexual situations and gore. It is our recommendation that the film is for 17 years and over.
About The Film
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Virtual Screenings at the Colonial

Wed., September 2, 2020 thru Mon., October 5, 2020

Stream these films from the comfort of your own home!
Click the film title or image to visit the rental page.
When you stream these films, a portion of your ticket directly supports the Colonial Theatre.

 

 

 
Still Life 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The Artist’s Wife

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Nightmare on Bridge Street: Colonial Theatre Halloween Marathon

Sat., October 10, 2020

As the nights turn brisk and the shadows let loose their creatures, join us for ‘A Nightmare on Bridge Street: Colonial Theatre Halloween Marathon’, a virtual event in the same fashion as this year’s Blobfest. The Colonial will host an online event complete with four classic horror films, cartoons, and a few surprises. Your host for the evening will be none other than Dash Daring.
The event will feature . . .