the colonial theatre marquee

Paddling Film Festival 2020 World Tour


Presented by Schuykill River Greenways

UPDATE 3.18.2020 – The Paddling Film Festival 2020 World Tour has been POSTPONED. Please check back for updates. 

 

The Sparks Project uses film and live arts to spark interactions that advance solutions to pressing community problems solved through the work of mission-driven nonprofits and social service organizations.

The film screening by the Colonial Theatre are presented as part of the Colonial’s Sparks Project, which is made possible through the support of Vanguard Hometown Grants, the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Bancorp, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Bennett Family Foundation.

Schuylkill River Greenways is hosting the film festival for the first time at the historical Colonial! Join us for an evening of celebration, cheer, paddling films and recognition of standout supporters of the SRG mission. 

 

Ticket Options

There are two ticket options available for the Film Festival. Descriptions and prices are below.

  • Film Festival Only: This ticket will give you access to the full film festival along with several bonus features such as a free digital subscription to Paddling Magazine. The festival will be from 7 to 9 p.m. The cost for this ticket is $15 each.
  • Film Festival & SRG Fundraiser: In addition to the film festival, support Schuylkill River Greenways at our annual Serving the Schuylkill Fundraiser from 5 to 7 p.m. The fundraiser will be held at the same location as the film festival. This ticket includes a bonus paddling movie (which won’t be shown during the festival), an open bar with wine and beer, delectable hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction. An awards ceremony will recognize standout supporters of the SRG mission. Enjoy both the fundraiser and film festival with this ticket at $75 each

Tickets Available for Purchase Here

The film screening by the Colonial Theatre are presented as part of the Colonial’s Sparks Project, which is made possible through the support of Vanguard Hometown Grants, the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Bancorp, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Bennett Family Foundation.