The West Virginia International Film Festival is hosting a food and film festival on September 12-21, 2014.
Films from around the world will be screened at the historic LaBelle Theater in South Charleston, WV. From animation to documentary, there is a film for all tastes and preferences in this festival, including A Hard Days Night, a film about the Beatles.
Tickets to the movies are priced at $8 for adults, and $5 for students, with a special $30 price for 6 movies. There will also be a free screening and panel discussion for the movies Compassion Connects, Obvious Child, and Citizen Koch.
Restaurants in South Charleston’s “Little International WV,” will be offering discounts to WVIFF ticket holders. There will also be street vendors offering great traditional food from all over the world on Saturday, September 20.
For more information about the films, visit the WVIFF website.