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Music and stories from around the globe anchor the annual Richmond International Film & Music Festival. more

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Easter fun for man and beast, an art book fair from CURRENT, a food deserts doc from the Youth Advocacy Film Fest, and more for the week ahead more

Actress Trina Parks, the first black Bond girl, is among special guests at the Jan. 20 Soul Image Film Festival in Richmond. more

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Now in its eighth year, the Israeli Film Festival brings the work of some of that nation’s brightest talents to the Byrd Theatre Jan. 18-27. more

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A new festival brings films, directors and stories to the Byrd Theatre more

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Richmond's Afrikana Independent Film Festival invites cinephiles to take a ride to Charlottesville for the 30th Virginia Film Festival. more

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Afrikana Independent Film Festival returns Sept. 14-17. more

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The 25th annual French Festival at the Byrd Theatre offered amazing experiences. more

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The ReelAbilities Film Festival returns to the Weinstein JCC March 16-19. more

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

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One of contemporary cinema's most innovative filmmakers, Wim Wenders will be present virtually at a UR-sponsored conference this weekend. more

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As the French Film Festival reaches a milestone, a look back at how this Richmond event grew into the nationally renowned phenomenon it is today more

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For nearly 10 years, the RVA Environmental Film Festival has illuminated the wonders of our planet and the ecological challenges it faces. more

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A preview of the inaugural American Indian Film Festival of Virginia is set for Sunday at the Byrd Theatre. more

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Weinstein JCC's seventh annual Israeli Film Festival runs Jan. 19-23. more

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The film adaptation of the story of Richard and Mildred Loving from Caroline County, made in Virginia, heads to national release. more

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The 28th Annual University of Richmond International Film Series continues this month with works from Europe and South America. more

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Throw on your best dark cloak and practice your melancholy: It's the Poe Film Festival, beginning Thursday at the Poe Museum's Unhappy Hour. more

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"Shooting the Prodigal," about a Jewish filmmaker creating a movie for a Baptist church in Alabama, was a leap of faith. more

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"Eyes of the Roshi," an independent action-thriller produced in Tidewater and Central Virginia and starring Eric Roberts, is part yoga-martial arts meditation and part head-blasting, beat-down, seamy rural underworld melodrama. more

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