Rory Culkin to help close film fest at 'Lymelife' screening tonight

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Actor Rory Culkin was confirmed as a last-minute guest to tonight's screening of "Lymelife," which closes the Philadelphia Film Festival/CineFest. The film plays at 7:15 at the Prince Music Theater. It features Culkin, younger brother of Macaulay and Kieran Culkin, alongside Kieran, Alec Baldwin, Cynthia Nixon, Emma Roberts, and Timothy Hutton, in the film about a threat of Lyme Disease set in 1970s Long Island.  Culkin has appeared in M. Night Shyamalan's "Signs," "Igby Goes Down," and "You Can Count on Me". Festival awards and a closing ceremony take place after the screening at G (111 S. 17th) where WXPN's Robert Drake and Michaela Majoun will emcee.