The Three Rivers Film Festival brings people together from around the world for a festive, communal movie-going experience in historic neighborhood theaters.
At this year’s festival, running November 8 – 23, enjoy everything from feature films made in Pittsburgh to probing documentaries, to independent dramas and animated shorts, to restored classics and cutting edge avant-garde films, and even a few highly anticipated premieres.
Tickets for each film are available either online or at the theater 30 minutes before showtime. Enjoy films at a variety of theaters in Downtown Pittsburgh, including the historic Harris Theater, Point Park University’s George Rowland White Theater, and the Rangos Giant Cinema at the Carnegie Science Center, along with screenings at the Regent Square Theater.
Highlighted films to be screened include The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress, House of Hummingbird, and Autonomy. Learn more.