Archives: documentary

VCU showing of “Versailles ’73” which captured a fashion revolution on film

The screening will take place on March 24 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at The Depot, followed by a panel discussion with Draper, designer Stephen Burrows and former model and business owner Pat Cleveland.

Catch a screening of craft beer documentary ‘Blood, Sweat, and Beer’ Thursday night

Get a behind the scenes look into the explosive growth of craft beer at Strangeways Brewing.

Free screening of civil rights film Thursday at Virginia Historical Society

“Freedom Riders” screening takes place Thursday evening at 6:30 PM, with commentary by Oliver W. Hill, Jr. to follow.

Food News: A slew of new restaurant openings, beer news, and a trip to the paw-paw patch

Four new restaurants opened this week, from Oregon Hill to Chester; Willow Lawn to Short Pump. Lots of beer news, too, including a top ten brewer eyeing the city for expansion. Plus, chef and author Kendra Bailey Morris takes a trip to the paw-paw patch before stopping into Southern Season for a cookbook signing.

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Virginia Voices video submission deadline is July 1

Virginia Voices wants to hear your story.

Martin Agency wins Emmy for Cuban Missile Crisis website

The local advertising agency picks up their first Emmy.

Locally-produced documentary wins Emmy

A documentary about political gridlock–produced by Community Ideas Station and UVA’s Center for Politics–earned an Emmy award.

SPARC documentary wins PBS honor

A documentary about locally-based SPARC has earned the People’s Choice award in the PBS Online Film Festival.

Abel Raises Cain: Parents totally do understand

The Modlin Center for the Arts presents an opportunity to screen a really excellent film and meet the really excellent filmmaker.