Hull’s Angels make sure the show goes on in Lexington. more

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Ex-Richmonder Mark Moogalian, who foiled French train attack, plays himself in Clint Eastwood movie. more

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Virginia Beach native Andrew Scott Bell writes film music in Los Angeles. more

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A new film festival in Richmond celebrates Native American art and culture. more

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Homeland crew begins filming seventh season in Richmond. more

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Virginia Film Office Sponsors “Virginia is for Film Lovers” Contest more

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Richmond’s French Film Festival fêtes 25 years of cinema. more

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Hollywood stuntman Paul Darnell made it to the big screen by perfecting the art of freerunning—which means employing a combination of athleticism, technique and intelligence to overcome anything that stands in his way. more


The Virginia Film Festival celebrates its 29th year. more

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Sit back, relax and enjoy Virginia’s coziest art house theaters. more


Despite 16 bestselling books, last year’s hit film Big Stone Gap and a slew of successful TV shows, author Adriana Trigiani says she has only just begun. more

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Adriana Trigiani’s best-seller now a movie. more


The glory days of Richmond’s original movie palace. more

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His film credits include blockbuster hits Braveheart and Pearl Harbor, but Hollywood screenwriter and director Randall Wallace turns his attention homeward for his latest project, a Civil War-era television drama set and filmed in Virginia. more




'Hollywood Costume' exhibit opens at the VFMA. more


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Their numbers may have dwindled, but some of Virginia’s classic drive-in theaters have answered the digital drumbeat and are making a stand against the mighty multiplex. more


“Lincoln” is just the latest box office hit to be filmed in Virginia. A look at our flourishing film and television industry. more


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HBO's documentary details how the Loving family changed the law in Virginia. more


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Television and film producer Paul Junger Witt is a UVA graduate who recently returned to Charlottesville for the Virginia Film Festival. more

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Audience at the Virginia Film Festival

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A look back at the 24th Annual Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville more


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