Fourth Annual Virginia Indie Film Festival

Treats for the Mind - Museums & Exhibitions

At the Byrd Theatre in Richmond

RICHMOND, VA - The Virginia Film Office and the Virginia Production Alliance are cooperatively producing the fourth annual Virginia Indie Film Festival February 26th & 27th. The Festival features independently produced documentaries, short films and features from Virginia filmmakers.  The films were selected by panels of industry professionals and come from Midlothian, Blue Ridge, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Roanoke, Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Blacksburg and Springfield. The subjects of these films range from zombies to baseball and take place in settings as far away as the Himalayas or as close to home as a camera truck in Richmond, VA.

The films will be screened in a two-day film festival during which winning films will be announced in the categories of Shorts, Documentaries and Features. The Festival also has Audience Choice awards, which allow audience members the opportunity to vote for their favorites in each of the three categories.

The Festival will be held at the historic Byrd Theatre, 2908 West Cary Street in Richmond.

Documentaries will be screened Saturday February 26th 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm; short films from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Feature films will be screened Sunday February 27th 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm. The cost for attending each screening series is $7.00 (or $2.00 with student I.D.). A 2-day Festival Pass is $14.00. Passes for each series are available at the door 30 minutes before each series is scheduled to begin.

A list of films follows. For more information about the Virginia Indie Film Festival, visit the Virginia Film Office website at www.FilmVirginia.org.

Saturday, February 26th 1:00pm-4:00pm

Beardo the Movie

The story of the 2009 World Beard & Moustache Championships and the men behind the beards.

Local Life: Camera Truck

Shaun Irving had an idea to turn a delivery van into a giant camera.  A few years later he bought an old truck and set out to document Richmond with the world's largest traveling camera.

A Gift for the Village

A documentary about a cultural bridge built between the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and the severe Himalayas of western Nepal.

Shorts-Saturday, February 26th 4:00pm-6:00pm

Goodbye to Muffy

A family comedy about how one family deals with the loss of a pet. 

Caution Wet Floor

A group of corporate executives find themselves in a dangerous and deadly situation.

Possession

The brutal reality of the 1831 Southampton, VA slave revolt from the inside.

Relax

Relaxing sights and sounds.

The Walk

We all look back, this is what you find when you get there. 

RE: MESSIAH

What happens when the technology we love so much starts to love us back?

 

Features-Sunday, February 27th 4:30pm-8:30pm

Quick Feet, Soft Hands

A struggling minor league baseball player and his fiance try to make it to the big leagues.

Tracks

Martin, a self destructive amputee, refelects on his troubled youth while drifting through the harsh streets of Baltimore, reliving the events of the day that changed his life forever.

Danger. Zombies. Run.

Real zombies attack a crew filming a low-budget zombie movie.

 

 

 
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