PURCELLVILLE, Va. January 21, 2020 The third annual Purcellville Cabin Fever Film Festival kicks off with a slate of films that highlight local tales and talent. The focus this year will be on short films, documentaries, and student productions all shot by Purcellville area residents. Break that cabin fever in late-January and enjoy the third year of Purcellville’s only film festival!
Tickets are $8 for Friday night which includes a catered reception and $5 for Saturday. Payment is at the door. Franklin Park Arts Center is located at 36441 Blueridge View Ln, Purcellville, VA 20132
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24
“One Nation Under a Groove”
An uplifting musical beginning.
“A Brush with History”
A documentary about the Torpedo Factory Arts Center in Alexandria, VA.
Nora Kubach, Anthony Istrico
“United We Stand”
A poetic documentary about eminent visual artist, Charles McGee.
*Q & A with filmmakers followed by a reception in lobby and presentation by Mayor Fraser*
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
“Emerick Film Club Movie Ideas”
Elementary school students share their movie ideas.
An ode to movie from a teenager perspective.
A girl’s need for a new set of wheels leads to a mysterious encounter.
“Rise – The Bradley Hintze Story”
Documentary of overcoming challenges.
H. Shane Hintze
*Break (5 minutes)*
“Crunch – A Tragedy”
When you discover you have a life-changing illness.
Members of charitable club face trouble.
The Wade Sisters
A couple receives an unexpected delivery from a carpet company.
Penny Hauffe and Phil Erickson
(The African American Roots of Techno Music)”
*Q & A with filmmakers*
Cabin Fever Film Festival questions should be directed to Elizabeth Bracey, Manager, Franklin Park Arts Center Elizabeth.Bracey@loudoun.gov or 540-338-7973 or Liz Jarvis, Chair, Purcellville Arts Council, firstname.lastname@example.org