• Friday, April 7th, 2017, 7 p.m.
• The Visual Arts Center
• 1812 W Main St, Richmond, VA
• Admission: $5 ($5.46 in advance via webstore )
A Late Style of Fire (2015) with guest Michele Poulos
Poulos’ dream inspired her to make her documentary of hard-living poet Larry Levis. Critically acclaimed writer and VCU English faculty, Levis died in 1996, a victim of talent and self destructive excess. Her film asks, “is self-destruction required for a life in the creative arts?” and traces Levis’ life through marriages, friendships and words. With poets Philip Levine, Charles Wright and others. Producer: Greg Donovan. Score by Iron and Wine. Cash bar available. 92 minutes
Advance tickets available HERE. Advance tickets are WILL CALL ONLY; check in at venue. No ticket will be mailed.
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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