34th Annual Virginia Film Festival returns to in-person events | Movies

The American Perspectives series will include screenings of “Jockey”, “Socks on Fire”, “Storm Lake”, “Try Harder!” “,” Red Rocket “,” We Burn Like This “and” Zola “.

The Women in Film series will screen “Hive”, “Julia”, “The Meaning of Hitler” and “Mothering Sunday”, as well as “Aloners”, “Beans”, “End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock,” ” Monkey Beach ”,“ Nudo Mixteco ”,“ Storm Lake ”,“ Try Harder! And “Zola”.

The drive-thru film series, unveiled last year amid otherwise virtual offerings, was a hit at the 2020 festival. It returns to Morven Farm in Albemarle County with screenings of “The French Dispatch” and a Halloween nighttime presentation of “The Addams Family”.

“It’s a magical experience at Morven Farm,” Kielbasa said, marveling at the memory of the drone footage that captured the picturesque views of the site. “We’re happy to provide this again, and it’s a good alternative for people who don’t think they’re quite ready to go back” to in-person screenings during the pandemic.

VAFF partners with VPM to present “How the Monuments Came Down”, directed by Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren. This film will be followed by a discussion moderated by Angie Miles starring Ayers, Warren and Joe Rogers, a civic activist who is responsible for education programs at the American Civil War Museum in Richmond. The series also includes “Mending Walls”, approximately 30 artists from different cultural backgrounds who have collaborated on 16 Richmond murals.

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