• Friday, December 2nd, 2016, 6:30 PM
• Virginia Museum of Fine Arts , Leslie Cheek Theater
• 200 N. Boulevard, Richmond, VA
• Admission: $8.00 (VMFA members $5.00)
View the best, most current short videos and films (20 minutes or less) during this popular annual, international competition from the James River Film Society. A special guest filmmaker will choose the top entries and award approximately $2000 in cash prizes. The Audience will have a chance to vote on their favorites, and some filmmakers will be present for comments and Q&A .
For over 20 years the James River Film Society has been a volunteer-run nonprofit dedicated to the art of film and film as art.
The finalist this year include :
The Streets That Speak – Vida Lercari (New York)
Misgivings – Adrian Mead (United Kingdom)
Historical Film – Will Bryan (Virginia)
Audible Static – Sai Selvarajan (Texas)
Lone Survivor – Navid Darvishzadeh (Iran)
I Choose Openness – Jannatul Nayeem (Virginia)
In the Waves – Ying-Fang Shen (Taiwan)
SHOTGUN – Maverick Moore (Texas)
Song of the Open Road – Maureen McNabb (Virginia)
The Itching – Diane Bellino (New York)
Frogman – Tyler Trumbo (Virginia)
Until the End – Bryan Paulson (Nevada)
Tickets available at the VMFA website HERE .
About the Author: Jeff is the head curator of the James River Filmmakers Forum. He currently sits on the board of directors of The James River Film Society.
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