Project Twenty1 is bringing public movies BACK to our home town of Norristown for the first time since the closing of the Norris Theater in 1982.
Movies from the Hill is a FREE outdoor screening of independent films and/or animations, conveniently located a few blocks from the Norristown Transportation Center! (SEPTA’s Manayunk/Norristown Line, High Speed Line, etc.) This program was created by and for the Norristown Community, and many of the filmmakers screened have roots in the Greater Philadelphia area.
The goal of MFTH is twofold. First, to help transform the neighborhood surrounding Norristown Arts Hill, and to show residents that Norristown is a safe, vibrant and fun place to hang out after the sun goes down. Secondly, to invite Project Twenty1’s community of artists to see the town and its many benefits for themselves, in the interests of their own fledgling businesses as a part of the town’s economic transformation.
In 2012, nearly 300 members of the Norristown Community came out over 2 nights to watch films and support the return of economic prosperity to Norristown through the arts.
Stay tuned to learn more about our plans to bring this program back in 2014.
Sincere thanks to our presenting sponsors for 2012, without whom Movies from the Hill would not exist.
In-kind & Additional Support provided by
Montgomery County, PA
Simco Sign Studios
Norristown Police Athletic League
Special thanks to our donors, who are the heart of Project Twenty1.
Norristown Councilwoman Mary DeSouza, J.P. Mascaro & Sons, Norristown Arts Council, Ryan Leib, Peter Weinlein, Barton Partners, Attila & Melissa Bodi, Robbie Bryan, Gregory Conant, Carleen P. Eodice, Kimberly Lane, Pete & Heather Lauritzen, Richard Rogers, Douglas Seiler, Simco Sign Studios, Anonymous, Jeffrey P. Gingerich, Arthur Martin-Chester, Emily E. Morris, Jill Schneider, Christine Sherbert, Craig D. Brady, Margaret H. Fleischer, Stephan Halper
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