The 24th Annual James River Film Festival presents More Selections from the Archives

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• Friday, April 7th, 2017, 1 p.m.
• Main Library, Richmond Public Library
• 101 E Franklin St., Richmond, VA
• Admission: FREE

More Selections from the James River Film Society Archives

A bit of a theme here: film as social protest, as witness, as document, and as interrogator: Mexican Jail Footage (1980) Gordon Ball reports on his incarceration in the 1960’s. Confrontation at Kent State (1970) Richard Myers, et al. Faculty and student film made after the Kent State massacre. Buffalo Creek Revisited (1985) Mimi Pickering.  A look back a decade after a failed coal waste dam resulted in over 120 deaths.  Biograph Theatre Handbill Rally (1985) Richmond rally in support of posting handbills addresses 1st amendment issues. (Courtesy of the filmmakers and Appalshop)  100 minutes.

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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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