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The Weinstein JCC's Israeli Film Festival features the true story of a Jewish businessman in World War II Berlin. Read more

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A controversial Kenyan film about politics and love comes Wednesday to the ICA at VCU. Read more

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The third annual Afrikana Film Festival delivers world premieres and recognition of the city's growing arts scene. Read more

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Director Boots Riley leads a lineup of independent film screenings and discussions. Read more

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Pocahontas Reframed shares stories in an effort to spread awareness. Read more

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A film at the upcoming Jewish Film Festival at the Weinstein JCC examines the life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read more

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Arts

The director of "Sorry to Bother You" is among the guest speakers to be featured at the Afrikana Independent Film Festival. Read more

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The film on the legendary abolitionist's life and legacy features a former "Hamilton" star. Read more

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A courtroom drama receives on-camera treatment in a film adaptation of the David L. Robbins play "The King of Crimes." Read more

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ICA at VCU screens a film about Sandra Bland, an African-American woman who died in jail three days after being arrested in 2015. Read more

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William Shatner brings himself and "The Wrath of Khan" to Richmond July 26. Read more

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'Richmond Speaks' features short films about local residents making a difference. Read more

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A new documentary from VCU students takes a clean look at Richmond's straight-edge community. Read more

Music

A new documentary highlights the life and legacy of federal judge Robert Merhige. Read more

Sunday Story

Chesterfield native Kevin Powers' new novel examines our nation's violent history and its impact on the present. Read more

Arts

The documentary "Corridor Four," screening April 29 at the Richmond International Film & Music Festival, examines the impact of trauma on the life of a hero. Read more

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Richmond native Tamika Lamison creates cinematic legacies for terminally ill children. Read more

Sunday Story

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

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