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Frankford at the Philly Film Fest

From the Allentown Morning Call:

Pressure Cooker: On the menu is a tasty documentary, in the ”Spellbound” tradition, which tracks a handful of Frankford High School students as they compete for scholarships to culinary colleges. Under the guidance of Culinary Arts instructor Wilma Stephenson, the kids learn life lessons at the same time they’re slicing and dicing. Screens 6:30 p.m. March 28, The Prince, 4:45 p.m. March 29, Ritz East 1 and 7:30 p.m. April 4, Black Box at Prince.

See the entire festival schedule and ticket information here.

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  3. […] The much celebrated culinary arts program at Frankford High School is getting the star treatment, as the Northeast Times reported last week. It’s the subject of a feature-length documentary called “Pressure Cooker” that was big enough to be entered into the Philadelphia Film Festival in March. […]

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