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Alexandria Film Festival Reviews: ‘This Vast and Mysterious Ocean’ details a...

By Kassidy McDonald │[email protected]  “This Vast and Mysterious Ocean,” an eerie short film, opens with Jason, the protagonist, still on his way home from making...

Alexandria Film Festival Reviews: ‘Guest House’ is about hope and second...

By Kassidy McDonald │[email protected] “Guest House,” by filmmakers Hannah Dweck and Yael Luttwak, opens by following Maddison, a recovering addict who was recently released from...

Alexandria Film Festival 2021 Reviews

By Alexandria Times staff The annual Alexandria Film Festival returned this year and is once again virtual, allowing viewers to enjoy a collection of more...

Alexandria Film Festival 2021 Reviews: In search of ‘A Moment of...

By Denise Dunbar | [email protected] We live our lives for that moment of magic. Not just when we look into another’s eyes and know that...

Alexandria Film Festival 2021 Reviews: ‘In Search of Monsters’ seeks vengeance...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] “In Search of Monsters,” the documentary from journalist John Goetz, is provocative in its exploration of the limits and value...

LTA’s “Rumors” is a pitch perfect, maddening farce

By Jordan Wright I suppose you might say the conflict at the center of “Rumors,” the latest production from the Little Theatre of Alexandria, is...

“McCartney III” is worthy of Sir Paul

By Andrew Dunbar In the twilight of the most harrowing year in recent memory, Paul McCartney chose to release the third and likely final installment...

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: ‘Her Name was Jo’ celebrates a sisterhood of scarred...

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] “Her Name was Jo” was included as part of the Alexandria Film Festival’s Girlpower Showcase, and while the film features...

‘Bad Education’ spins seriocomic gold out of a ripped-from-the-headlines story

By Richard Roeper Frank Tassone was the closest thing to a rock star you'll ever see in the field of school administration. As the superintendent for...