Tag: alexandria film festival

AFF Review: ‘I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking)’ is life on a...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] At one point in directors Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina’s pandemic-era drama “I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking),” single mother Danny,...

A magical night of film and music

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] Some things are worth waiting for. The Alexandria Symphony Orchestra’s performance on Saturday night, a collaboration with the Alexandria Film Festival...

Alexandria Symphony Orchestra prepares for grand return

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] After a year away from concert stages due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra is finally preparing to raise...

Film festival calls for entries

The Alexandria Film Festival announced its annual call for entries on April 1, kicking off the event’s 15th year, according to a news release. The...

Alexandria Film Festival announces 2020 award winners

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] In a virtual ceremony streamed via Zoom, members of the Alexandria Film Festival executive board announced the winners of this...

Alexandria Film Festival offers virtual film screenings

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...

AFF Review: ‘Kite’ and score both soar

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] One striking feature of the Alexandria Film Festival is the breadth of experience many participants bring to the event. For...

AFF Review: ‘Archie: An American Journey’

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] Filmmaker John Sullivan told Alexandria Film Festival Executive Director Patti North that he made “Archie: An American Journey” because he...

AFF Review: ‘Bluebirds of Antietam’ features Alexandria resident

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] “Bluebirds of Antietam” is a beautifully filmed short documentary that has special significance for Alexandria. The documentary is about how Alexandria...

AFF Review: ‘Dancing is an Old Friend’ tells a COVID-19 era...

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] “Dancing is an Old Friend,” a short film by director Marta Renzi, is the COVID-19 era piece of art we...