“The Outside Story” leaves more substance to be desired, but at its core, this film is a contemplative piece about the power of relationships.
“Athlete A” divulges the cruelty hidden by USA Gymnastics over the past 50 years, exposing Larry Nassar and tackling the system at large.
Odom maintained a passion in his responses that was accentuated by his emphatic hand gesturing and intonation, and came across as especially sincere when discussing his respect for so many others.
The Wertland Street Band have given their neighbors and the University community something to look forward to in a time when live music is hard to come by.
In pure punk-rock style, Patty and Simon find themselves on a turbulent journey of self discovery in "Dinner in America."
A series of socially-distanced drive-in movie screenings will take place at two locations — Dairy Market and Morven Farm — throughout the festival, Oct. 21-25.
The 33rd Virginia Film Festival is offering free student passes to all of the festival's virtual events through the Art$ Program.
Despite the unusual circumstances brought by the pandemic, the festival will host a number of impressive guests on their online circuit.