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

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

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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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Guitarist Gary Lucas provides a live soundtrack for works in the James River Film Festival. Read more

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The eighth annual James River Filmmakers' Forum showcases works by independent filmmakers. Read 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. Read 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. Read more

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Several VCUarts Cinema alumni are at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, where "Turn" actor Angus Macfadyen's version of "Macbeth" is being screened. The VCU program served as the film's producer. Read more

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Actor Paul Wilson will be on hand to answer questions about the film during a screening to showcase the Ashland Theater, which a group of volunteers is working to bring back to life. Read more

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The James River Film Festival’s 23rd year runs April 7 to 10 with offerings such as "The Man Who Fell to Earth," starring the late David Bowie; a 30th anniversary showing of "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" and Richmonder JJ McMoon's "Run." Read 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. Read more

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As the Richmond International Film Festival's big fifth anniversary wrapped, a couple of films made in the region with local on-screen and behind-camera talent received recognition: "Coming Through the Rye" and miniature Civil War epic "Josephine." Read more

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Afrikana festival showcases films ‘by and about people of color from across the globe.’ Read more

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The Bijou Film Center is presenting "Entertainment," the latest work by Richmond-based filmmaker Rick Alverson, followed by a Q&A with Alverson and lead actor Gregg Turkington on Nov. 8. Read more

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Two projects filmed in and around Richmond, Meg Ryan's "Ithaca" and the new PBS series "Mercy Street," set in a Civil War-era hospital, are part of the line-up announced today by the Virginia Film Festival. Read more

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Clay McLeod Chapman wrote "The Boy," which premiered Friday in L.A and goes to video-on-demand. He and Hanna Cheek are coming for their monologue performance showcase "The Pumpkin Pie Show," and a piece Chapman wrote for Cheek, "Commencement." Read more

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A compilation of events, music, exhibitions and stage performances throughout Richmond in August Read more

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In the suspense film directed by Jon Watts, Hays Wellford plays 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. Read more

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The Richmond Diversity Film Festival premieres Saturday, April 25, featuring stories about people of varying ethnicities, sexual orientations, ages, religions, disabilities and socioeconomic status. Read more

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