09 September 2015 | Urban Trinity Film
Immigration, conflict, unity, and fragmentation in 300 years of Catholic Philadelphia
18 June 2015 | Fanzine
Jones is a writer, indeed, of sentience. The words themselves are urges, vibrations, beings. Verbs aren’t actions but things. Adjectives aren’t modifiers but objects to disturb the breath, bodies that can’t be ignored, needles that puncture the skin—and all of them quiet as whispers.
19 September 2015
“A Lost World,” a documentary film written by Devon McReynolds, Andrew Ferrett, and Nathaniel Popkin was awarded an EMMY for best historical/cultural special program on September 19. The film, a single episode of “Philadelphia: The Great Experiment,” was broadcast in May, 2014. The production house won three EMMYs all together.
9 September 2015
The inaugural 2015 season celebrates the spirit of Elizabeth Graeme Ferguson, an 18th century member of Christ Church who hosted America’s first literary salons, events attended by Benjamin Rush and other leading members of Colonial Society.
Friday, December 4th at 5pm
Matthew Christopher/Nathaniel Popkin/Jayne Thompson
Abandoned America Photographer Matthew Christopher will present photography that considers stories found in lost or overlooked places. Popkin and Thompson will discuss finding and framing fiction and nonfiction inspired by similar settings.
Inspired by Ferguson’s cutting-edge salon events of the past, the current season features some of Philadelphia’s leading visual artists, poets and writers. These events are FREE and open to the public. Wine, cheese and refreshments will be served.
22 April 2015
Hidden City’s Peter Woodall and Nathaniel Popkin talk about the stories behind the facades of buildings on “The Philly Factor,” a LaSalle University television show hosted by legendary radio voice Paul Perrello.