From a reader:
Hi Jim – I know you feature upcoming events on Real Crozet – this film is by a Crozetian – Bill Reifenberger and a lot of it was shot in Western Albemarle (quite a bit at King Family Vineyard). So if folks want to support some local wineries and a local film maker this is the event for them. The new director of the Va Film festival is a Crozetian as well !!
We are pleased to announce that Vintage: The Winemaker?s Year will screen at the 2010 Virginia Film Festival at the Paramount Theater, Saturday, November 6th at 6pm. The screening will be preceded by a tasting of Virginia wines at 5pm at the Paramount. We can?t imagine a better setting to bring the story of winemaking in Virginia to the big screen and hope you can join us for this exciting event.
To order tickets:
– Online: www.virginiafilmfestival.org/films-and-events/schedule
– By Phone: Arts Box Office 434.924.3376 M-F noon to 5:00pm
– In Person: U.Va. Arts Box Office (located in the lobby of the U.Va. Drama Building) M-F noon to 5:00pm
– Main Street Arena (Downtown Mall) M-Sat 10:00am to 7:00pm, Sun noon-5:00pm
For information on Vintage please visit www.silverthornfilms.com
For more information on the Virginia Film Festival please visit www.virginiafilmfestival.org
For information on Virginia wine please visit www.virginiawine.org
Please feel free to forward the attached screening announcement to all who may be interested.
We will also be screening our films The Murals of Lincoln Perry Saturday, November 6th at 11:30am in Old Cabell Hall (a free event) and World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements (co-production with dir. Chris Farina/Rosalia Films) Sunday, November 7th at 3:15pm at the Paramount Theater.
We hope to see you all at the Festival.