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Virginia-based movie Big Stone Gap opens in theaters nationwide Oct. 9

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that the movie version of the popular novel “Big Stone Gap” will open in theaters on Friday.

At the Movies: Big Stone Gap to open nationwide Oct. 9

Picturehouse has acquired all U.S. rights to Big Stone Gap from Altar Identity Studios and will release the film nationwide on Oct. 9.

Applications being accepted for open U.S. Attorney position in Western Virginia

U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are now accepting applications for the position of U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia to fill the seat left vacant by Timothy Heaphy, who left office in December after five years of distinguished service.

Virginia film industry grows 16 percent in 2013

The total economic impact of the film industry in Virginia in 2013 was $382.5 million, providing $19.4 million in state and local tax revenue for the Commonwealth.

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Virginia Film Festival smashes all-time sales records

The 2014 Virginia Film Festival took the Festival’s recent string of record-breaking success to a whole new level, smashing its previous box office record, set last year, by a remarkable 45.6%.

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Virginia Film Festival kicks off on Thursday with world premiere of Big Stone Gap

The 27th annual Virginia Film Festival will kick off this Thursday evening with the world premiere of Big Stone Gap at The Paramount Theater.

Ashley Judd joins guest list for 2014 Virginia Film Festival

Virginia Film Festival organizers announced Wednesday that actress Ashley Judd will appear at its opening night world premiere screening of her upcoming film Big Stone Gap.

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Virginia Film Festival announces 2014 schedule

The 2014 Virginia Film Festival lineup will return to Charlottesville fromNovember 6-9, highlighted by a diverse program array of more than 100 films and a stellar lineup of special guests highlighted by Hal Holbrook, Jenna Elfman, Frank Langella, Patrick Wilson, Barry Levinson, Katie Couric, Richard Roundtree, and Jasmine Guy.

McAuliffe announces new Virginia film industry workforce development program

Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced a ground-breaking new initiative created to train Virginia workers for jobs in the state’s film industry.