The Virginia Film Festival, will return to Charlottesville, Virginia, for its 24th year from November 3-6, 2011.

The 2010 festival attracted more than 23,750 people and earned more than $90,158 in ticket sales. Both figures represent a 25% increase over the prior year. The festival featured 27 sellouts that ranged from sneak peeks at first-run features like the Academy-Award nominated Black Swan and 127 Hours to documentaries including the powerful Civil Rights era tale Freedom Riders and Charlottesville filmmaker Meghan Eckman’s acclaimed The Parking Lot Movie  – plus a host of the year’s hottest indies, including the VFF Audience Award winner, happythyankyoumoreplease, by Josh Radnor and the Spirit Award-winning Tiny Furniture.

 

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