“All of Us Strangers” — adapted from the 1987 novel “Strangers” by Taichi Yamada — follows Adam, a writer plagued by grief and loneliness, played by Andrew Scott.
Ben Sloan — a writer and teacher currently living in Charlottesville — published a new collection of poems entitled “Then On Out Into a Cloudless Sky.”
it isn’t just the summer blockbusters that have impressed — there have been numerous independent films exemplifying the power of filmmaking.
The film is admirably so open and blunt about the struggles of girlhood and growing up.
Though the film industry today is dominated by blockbusters and Disney franchises, OFFScreen — a student-run organization at the University — aims to connect the student body with lesser-seen films.
This group of ten films — both grand and small, both fun and serious — capture the essence of what the film industry of today aims to do with its work.
The Virginia Film Festival held a screening this Saturday for “Women Talking” at The Paramount Theater ahead of its December release.
“Triangle of Sadness” — written and directed by Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund — uniquely and bitingly tackles social roles on a luxury yacht filled with the ultra-wealthy.