“Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” will be screened on Wednesday, Oct. 16 in the Newcomb Hall Theater at 5 p.m. A panel and book signing will follow.
While the concert mainly drew in alumni attending fundraising events for the University and Charlottesville locals, there were pockets of students that attended.
“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a suspenseful, cathartic and ultimately beautiful film.
It seems safe to say that the rest of season four will see “Mr. Robot” succeed at being a thriller on a technical level.
The film that opened the three night festival was the 2017 documentary “Nostalgia for the Future,” which was co-directed by Kishore and his partner Rohan Shivkumar.
The third annual Spanish, Italian and Portuguese Film Festival took place this past weekend on Grounds and in downtown Charlottesville.
Netflix’s documentary series “Abstract: The Art of Design” is a testament to the beauty of niche media produced to perfection.
A Quick And Tragic Thaw will be on public display in Ruffin Gallery until Oct.18th.
It’s as if the architecture of the University is encroaching where it does not belong, not building a connection but emphasizing a distinct difference between the two spheres of Charlottesville.
The venue, the bands and the crowd coalesced into a vibrant and energetic night, filled with hoots and hollers and high-fives.