The final event of the first season of the RVA Filmmakers Showcase
Date and Time: Sunday, January 21
Doors open for networking at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Showcase at 6:00 p.m.
Location: Visual Arts Center, 1812 W. Main St. in Richmond
Tickets: Admission is $5, or $3 for VPA members. Refreshments and a cash bar will be available.
Produced by the Richmond District of the Virginia Production Alliance, the Showcase puts work by Central Virginia filmmakers on the big screen, offering a Q&A to discuss their motivation and process, and an audience ballot to pick the favorite film of the night, which will be showcased on the VPA’s YouTube channel.
This month features four documentary shorts:
· Merge by Natalie Christensen follows four teen artists with diverse talents as they come together to create a single work of art.
· Becoming Her Changeling by Janelle Pierangelino explores a young woman coming to terms with her lost relationship with her mother.
· Pushing Up Happies chronicles first-time filmmaker Murside Jean Turan as she takes on the 22 push-up challenge in recognition of the 22 military veterans we lose on average per day to suicide.
· Uma – Make It Last by Jeremy Bates, Sevannah Harvey, and Nadja Bangoura sheds light on a new hope for the rapidly depleting rice fields in Bali, Indonesia.
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