Virginia Film Festival35th VAFF to Feature ‘The Levys of Monticello’, Netflix’s 'My Father’s Dragon’, and Critic in Residence Carlos Aguilar
The Virginia Film Festival officials offered audiences a small preview of what they can expect from the 2022 VAFF at a special Stakeholders Reception held this evening at The Bradbury on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall. The Virginia Film Festival is a program of the University of Virginia and the Office of the Provost and Vice Provost for the Arts. The 35th Annual Virginia Film Festival will take place from November 2-6 in Charlottesville.
Winter '21 UVA Arts
We can’t help but be amazed by the resilience of the artists here at UVA, in our community, and beyond. They proved time and time again that the arts have the power to transcend all the challenges we face and to lift us in our best and worst times, and in all those times in between.Read the Latest Issue
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