Enjoy a screening of “Yankee Doodle Dandy” and get a behind-the-scenes tour of the theatre and its Mightly Wurlitzer organ.
Celebrate Dad a day early with a screening of “The Sandlot” this Saturday, June 18th.
Featuring “Les Mistons”, “Mouseholes” and the Richmond premier of “Chekhov for Children”
Familiar titles like The Wizard of Oz, E.T., and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will grace the screen during the family-friendly series beginning May 21st.
Patrons can vote on the weekend movies they’d like to see.
The spring semester series begins January 22nd.
A little more insight into the films that will give you a better idea of how to put together your game plan. You…are putting together a game plan, right?
Let’s see, we’ve pretty much got dining in the bag, and we’ve long been a musical and visual arts powerhouse…but what about film? Does RIFF’s massive growth over four years indicate that we’re on the movie map?
We know this for sure: rich people will go home with gold things, and we will probably use it as an excuse to eat ice cream.
This week’s featured Richmond International Film Festival entry—an adaptation of a David Baldacci novel—was filmed in Giles County under breathtaking Virginia autumn foliage. Producer Sara Elizabeth Timmins picks up the torch that Hollywood dropped.