The West Virginia International Film Festival is back this Spring with another set of quality films from all over the world.
The festival kicked off last weekend, and will continue until the 30th of April. Screenings will be at the Capitol Theater and the Underground Cinema by WVIFF at 230 Capitol Street, Charleston WV.
In the line up are Under Contract: Farmers and The Fine Print from the USA, Toni Erdmann from Europe, Tanna from Australia, The Salesman from Iran, Opioid Inc from the USA, My Life as a Zucchini from Switzerland, Meadow Bridge from the USA, Julieta from Spain, I am not your Negro from France and USA, Death by a Thousand Cuts from the USA, Anne Braden: Southern Patriot from the USA, and American Fango from the USA and Italy.
Tickets are priced at $9 for adults, $5 for students, and are available for purchase online via showclix.com.
For film synopsis and screening schedule, visit the festival website at www.wviff.org.