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Director Stéphanie Gillard is visiting Richmond from Paris for the whole week to speak at the 25th anniversary of the French Film Festival. On Monday, March 27, she gave a speech entitled "Reframing Cultural Survivance" about her time with the Lakota tribe.
University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University hosted the 22nd annual French Film Festival at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown, which took place March 27-30.
Cutter Hodierne won the award for best director at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival for his feature-length film "Fishing Without Nets," a foreign-language film with subtitles. He is the second-youngest director to win this award.
For the past 25 years, Paul Porterfield, director of the Media Resource Center, has worked closely with Uliana Gabara, former dean of international education, in planning the University of Richmond's annual International Film Series. Since Gabara retired this spring, this fall's series will probably be the last in which she is heavily involved.
The Roosevelt Institute is hosting its second annual social justice film festival at the Greek Theatre, and this year's topics include sexual assault in the military, public hospital emergency rooms, cyber hacking activism and the war on drugs.
From March 1 to March 3, Richmond's Film Studies program hosted "Latin America in the Movies," a three-day film festival on feature and documentary films from various countries throughout Europe, North America and South America.
Professors at the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University are co-hosting the 20th annual French Film Festival from March 29 to April 1 at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown.
Professors at the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University are co-hosting the 20th annual French Film Festival March 29 - April 1 at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown.
The University of Richmond's sixth annual African Film Weekend, on Friday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 30, will feature four films that take place in Haiti, a few of which were made by Haitian filmmakers.
This year, the 18th Annual French Film Festival joined with the James River Film Festival to continue its tradition of welcoming visitors from all over the country to partake in the largest French film festival in the United States. The festival, organized by Francoise Ravaux-Kirkpatrick, a professor of French at the University of Richmond, and her husband, Peter Kirkpatrick, an associate professor of French at Virginia Commonwealth University, consisted of 25 feature length and short films and boasted a delegation of more than 40 French directors, actors and actresses. Along with the films shown at the historic Byrd Theatre, the festival offered a "master class" which focused on 3-D technology in filmmaking as well as commentary from prominent French directors.
For the second consecutive year, the University of Richmond will join Virginia Commonwealth University in presenting the 18th French Film Festival.
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Carytown transformed into a "petit France" March 27 to 29, as French flags lined the street and English and French speakers formed a queue around the block of the Byrd Theatre to attend the 17th annual French Film Festival, presented by Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Richmond.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Ecodefense is organizing The BIGGEST Picture, Richmond's first environmental film festival.