Virginia Film Festival opens with The French Dispatch, the latest film from Wes Anderson, featuring a star-studded cast.
Virginia Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Virginia Film Festival
WHERE: University of Virginia in Charlottesville
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Every autumn, the Festival showcases celebrated new features and documentaries, fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and local filmmakers from right here in Virginia. The Festival brings in a fascinating selection of guests, from internationally acclaimed directors and actors to professors and leading cultural experts who lead discussions that stimulate, educate, and engage.
Nomadland director Chloé Zhao will be honored at the 33rd Virginia Film Festival with the American Perspectives Award.
Regina King’s powerful directorial debut One Night in Miami… will kick off this year’s 33rd Virginia Film Festival program of more than 50 films.
The 33rd Annual Virginia Film Festival shifts to virtual format scheduled October 21-25.
Just Mercy, starring Michael B. Jordan as social justice warrior Brian Stevenson and Jamie Foxx as wrongly-convicted death row inmate, won the Virginia Film Festival Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature.
The 32nd Virginia Film Festival will feature more than 150 films, including independent films along with hotly anticipated titles – Harriet, Just Mercy, Western Stars, Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, The Two Popes.
After showcasing an impressive lineup of nearly 200 films, the audience attending the 31st Annual Virginia Film Festival voted Peter Farrelly’s Green Book winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature
The Virginia Film Festival returns to Charlottesville from November 1 to 4, with a deep and diverse program of more than 150 films and special guests
More Films -THE LEARS, Trudie Styler’s FREAK SHOW, CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Added to Virginia Film Festival
The 2017 Virginia Film Festival has added more films and special guests including actor Anthony Michael Hall, who will come in for a screening of his film The Lears.
30th Virginia Film Festival Reveals Lineup, Opens with DOWNSIZING + Spotlights Race and Charlottesville
The Virginia Film Festival will celebrate its 30th year from November 9 to 12, 2017, with a stellar lineup of more than 150 films and an outstanding array of special guests.
Filmmaker Spike Lee will be a guest at the upcoming 2017 Virginia Film Festival, where he will present a pair of films as part of a larger program around the living legacy of slavery
The Virginia Film Festival (VFF), organized by the University of Virginia, will celebrate its 30th anniversary from November 9 to 12, 2017