Alexandria Film Festival offers virtual film screenings

Alexandria Film Festival offers virtual film screenings
Both movie and score explore love and loss in "Kite," a short film by Michael Fallavollita. (Courtesy Photo)

By Alexandria Times staff

The annual Alexandria Film Festival returned this year in virtual format, allowing viewers to enjoy a collection of works without going to the theater.

While many of the festival’s films debuted last weekend, tickets and passes are still available for those who wish to screen any of the 45 films in the program. Sales remain open through Thanksgiving Day, and viewing expires on Black Friday.

This year’s festival includes a variety of short and feature-length films by world-renowned and local filmmakers alike.

All-festival passes are available for $50, and showcase tickets for blocks of films are $12. Visit for more information, and enjoy a selection of film reviews below.

“A Piece of Cake”

“Archie: An American Journey”

“Bird’s Eye”

“Her Name was Jo”

“Dancing is an Old Friend”


“Bluebirds of Antietam”