The Fall segment of the West Virginia International Film Festival kicks off on Friday, November 6 with the movies American Violet at 7:00 pm and the Goodbye Solo at 9:30 pm at the WVSU Capitol Center Theater on Summers Street.
Held twice yearly, the film festival features top caliber films from the United States and around the world. Films of various genres are presented in the festival, ranging from comedy to drama and science fiction to documentaries.
Other films featuring in this festival includes 2009 Oscar Nominated Shorts, O’Horten, Food, Inc, The Hurt Locker, Dead snow, Coal Country, Harvard Beats Yale, Lemon Tree, The Class, The Secret of the Grain, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, Rudo Y Cursi, Departures, Summer Hours, Little Ashes, Anvil!: The Story of Anvil, and Waltz with Bashir.
Admission is $5 for matinee and $8 for evening features. You can also get a Sixpack, a special ticket that gives you admission to any 6 feature for only $30. Concession tickets apply to children and students for $4. West Virginia State University students get free admission upon presenting a current ID.
For a complete listing of screening schedule, visit the WVIFF website at www.wviff.org.