Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
The Virginia Film Festival at the University of Virginia has been celebrating the magic of the movies and inspiring audiences for over 25 years. Every autumn, the Festival showcases celebrated new features and documentaries, fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and local filmmakers from right here in Virginia.
The Festival brings in a fascinating selection of guests, from internationally acclaimed directors and actors to professors and leading cultural experts who lead discussions that stimulate, educate, and engage.
The Festival stands as one of Virginia’s most important cultural landmarks, and one of the most respected regional destination film festivals in the United States.
A screening of Coming Through the Rye will be held on Thursday, November 5th at 7:45 PM at the UVA Culbreth Theater. There will be a discussion with director Jim Sadwith, director of photography Eric Hurt, producer Teddy Grennan, associate producer Erica Arvold, and co-producer Sara Elizabeth Timmins. The movie was inspired by the book The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger.
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