‘QUEST’ Philly Theatrical Release

/‘QUEST’ Philly Theatrical Release

december, 2017

01dec1:10 pm21(dec 21)11:40 pm'QUEST' Philly Theatrical Release

Event Details

At long last, QUEST is coming to theaters! Hometown opening in Philadelphia is on Friday, Dec 1st.

Show times at 1:10 pm, 4 pm, 7 pm, 9:45 pm daily thru Wednesday December 6th.

Theater Appearances: Director Jonathan Olshefski, producer Sabrina Schmidt Gordon and the Rainey family will appear in person for the Fri., Dec. 1st 7:00 pm post-screening Q&A and 9:45 pm pre-screening introduction; Sat., Dec. 2nd 7:00 pm post-screening Q&A and 9:45 pm pre-screening introduction; and the Sun., Dec. 3rd 1:10 pm post-screening Q&A.

Tickets available at https://www.landmarktheatres.com/philadelphia/ritz-at-the-bourse/film-info/quest

Student and group rates available.

#QuestTheDoc #NorthPhilly

About the film:
Beginning at the dawn of the Obama presidency, QUEST chronicles the life of a North Philadelphia family for almost a decade. Chris “Quest” Rainey, and Christine’a “Ma Quest,” raise a family and run a hip-hop recording studio in their basement. All are welcome in this creative sanctuary, but it still can’t shield them from the strife that grips their neighborhood. Epic in scope, QUEST is a vivid illumination of race and class in America, and a testament to love, healing and hope.

Starring Christopher “Quest” Rainey, Christine’a MaQuest Rainey. Directed by Jonathan Olshefski. Produced by Sabrina Schmidt-Gordon. Edited by Lindsay Utz. Composer Todd Griffen.

QUEST Documentary


1 (Friday) 1:10 pm - 21 (Thursday) 11:40 pm


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400 Ranstead Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

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