Cape Charles, Va. – Experimental Film Virginia is returning to Cape Charles with international artists, site specific events and a film premiere.
EFV’s mission is to create films inspired by the people and spaces of Cape Charles, helping forge a new identity for the town as a cultural tourism destination while becoming a hotspot for international artists and experimental projects that engage community. There are special guest lectures and guests of honor throughout the festival.
This year’s festival events include:
- July 5 : Art in a Barn – 6:30 PM at Mimosa Barn
- July 11: Film Premiere, immediately followed by the Bayamo Party
- Film Premiere starts at 7 PM at the Historic Palace Theatre, 305 Mason Avenue
- Immediately following, the Bayamo Party at the Cape Charles Harbor
“It serves at multiple levels: locally, nationally and internationally. Everyone who participates in EFV gives something and gets something,” EFV Artistic Director and Founder Renata Sheppard said. “Arts and business do go hand-in-hand and we are trying to demonstrate that with EFV.”
All events are free and open to the public.
For more information on directions, events, and incoming artists and more, visit www.experimentalfilmvirginia.com or call 757-651-1000 or 757-651-5033.