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'Maybe Next Year' film documents a year in the Eagles winning season

‘Maybe Next Year’ is the name of a movie premiering at the Philadelphia Film Festival that focuses on four Eagles fans leading up to the Super Bowl win in 2017. Director Kyle Thrash spoke to Cyndy Drue after the first of two screenings. The second showing will be this Saturday, October 26 at the Ritz East at 9:30 pm (125 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106).

In addition to seeing our town at its best and worst on the big screen along with diehard fans, you’ll hear the familiar sports-talk radio personalities and our hometown TV stars. The four fans that are featured are all compelling characters. Plus, it’s great to relive that season and see the celebrations at the end.

The 28th annual Philadelphia Film Festival showcases new, unseen work. Many films get picked up to be distributed, others you may never see again. With ‘Maybe Next Year’, here’s hoping for the best.

Grew up on a farm outside Philly. On the air in Philadelphia rock radio since 1977 at Wizzard 100, WYSP 1978-1982, WMMR my dream station 1983-1996. TV show on KYW 1979-1981. Street Beat on WMMR 1986-96. Won a Grammy, wrote a book about my painter relative, interviewed countless rock stars, acted in many films made in Philly, continuous voice acting, and a photography company. On air at 102.9 MGK since 2005. Saturdays 11am-4pm.