The 3rd Annual Film Festival at Little Washington drew locals and visitors alike to the Little Washington Theatre from Friday through Sunday, although festival related events were held all week.
See "Decanted," all about the trials and tribulations to [successfully] make it in Napa Valley, as the Film Festival at Little Washington begins.
The 2017 Canadian Film Fest's Best Director and Best Costume Design awards both went recently to "Badsville," which makes its East Coast premiere Friday, April 7 at the Film Festival at Little Washington.
The highly talented brotherly partnership of Rob and Ben Clyde, with a high addiction to film and TV, left their native Virginia for Los Angeles — where they have made quite the name for themselves.
“I’m very excited,” says Wood, now in her second year as festival director. “Last year we accepted strictly Virginia films and filmmakers, but this year we opened up submissions to domestic and foreign films.”
Nina explains that the new series “is a faith-based, post-apocalyptic drama starring eight millennial women stranded on a farm after a solar flare hits the earth, and they decide to rebuild civilization without losing their humanity, and all they have…
Need a break after Christmas? There's at live bluegrass and beer for Boxing Day at Pen Druid. Still need New Year's plans? First Night in Warrenton features 40 family-friendly live indoor performances in and around their downtown.
"Rosenwald" doc screens Friday Nov. 4 at Little Washington Theatre; Two local young actresses, Celia Cooley and Grace Raiford, feature in RAAC Theatre holiday production of “The 12 Days of Christmas.”
View and discuss an "Old Friends" documentary with friends old and new; brush up on your plein air appreciation at R.H. Ballard; "Hollywood on the Potomac" author speaks.
It's October and there are plenty of happenings. Check out The Rapp to get the scoop.
The Rough Ride and the Bard this weekend, plus a Kid Pan show and a Q&A with Post Executive Editor Marty Baron following a screening of "Spotlight."
A beautiful, uncomfortable film on birds’ decline screens for free on Friday, Sept. 16, followed by some possible seeds of change.
In checking her email inbox recently, Pam Owen found lots of news about birds, including finches that talk to their eggs, and about bold tadpoles and art exhibitions celebrating the National Park Service’s centennial, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
RAAC’s First Friday at the Movies is “The Lady in the Van,” PEC donates land to the park and Rappahannock Writer’s Retreat is Sept. 16-18.
Summer is over, almost. Tango documentary viewing and performance at Tula's and condolences to the Stoops and Baldwin families.
A visit with Castleton's Nina May, a force of nature whose latest project is a film series entitled “Daily Bread," currently in production and to be shot entirely in Rappahannock County.