The University of Virginia’s College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences will launch a public forum to bring some of the world’s leading authors, filmmakers, scholars and artists to Charlottesville next fall for a series of public lectures and conversations exploring the importance of the humanities in the modern world.
Virginia Film Festival
During the fall semester at the University of Virginia, the creative spirit was clearly evident across Grounds in a multitude of arts exhibits, talks, performances, projects and initiatives – from Kevin Spacey’s address at John Paul Jones arena to students rehearsing backstage at a drama production.
The Virginia Film Festival has announced the winners of its Audience and Programmer's Awards for the recently completed record-breaking 2014 VFF.
The recently completed 2014 Virginia Film Festival smashed its previous box office record by a remarkable 45.6 percent and set a new mark for tickets issued.
This year’s Virginia Film Festival will feature a diverse program array of more than 100 films and a guest lineup that includes Hal Holbrook, Jenna Elfman, Frank Langella, Patrick Wilson, Barry Levinson, Katie Couric, Richard Roundtree and Jasmine Guy.