Director and Richmond native Mel Jones' new web series examines women's sexual freedom in Los Angeles. more

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Film, theater and television actor/director D.L. Hopkins is addicted to audiences. more


The screen gems that captivated us at the 2017 Richmond International Film Festival more

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Manchester High School and James Madison University graduate Jamie Brindle has a homecoming Saturday, when he'll screen his short film at the 2017 Richmond International Film Festival. more

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After starring on Broadway, the Richmond theater alum explores the West Coast scene. more

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French director Yann Arthus-Bertrand began as a wildlife photographer in hot air balloons over Kenya. During the past 40 years, he's created monumental films and television series about animals, forests, the oceans — and now, what it is to be human. more

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The choice of Tennessee Williams' 1948 play "Summer and Smoke" as the last production Bruce Miller will direct is rooted in histories both personal and theatrical for Virginia Repertory Theatre's artistic director. more

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The co-creator and executive producer of 'Mercy Street' talks about the new PBS show she likes to call 'Gone with the Wind' meets 'M*A*S*H.' more

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Sequin dress, $451, BCBG Max Azria. Diamond earrings, $1,540, The Woods at Roan. Photo by Todd Wright

Taking a break from their Richmond film set, three stars from AMC’s Revolutionary War drama "Turn" shed their Colonial-era garb for sharp tailoring and exuberant florals for the first issue of Richmond magazine's fashion magazine The blvd. more

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Photo by Rob D.

The Great Southern: A Twin Peaks Celebration from April 16 to 19 pays tribute to the show. more



Photo by Jay Paul

Actor ‘turns’ director for his Shakespeare adaptation in collaboration with VCU – and a 30-foot limousine more



photo by Jay Paul

Hays Wellford, 11, plays one of two 10-year-old boys who find what appears to be an abandoned police car and decide to take it for a ride in the Jon Watts film "Cop Car." more


Hollywood A-lister and actress Meg Ryan shares her thoughts on Richmond, Petersburg, and working as a director on a film for the first time. "I can't wait to come back," she says. more


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