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Sep
23
Fri
Richmond Poe Film Festival Friday Feature Film @ Byrd Theatre
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Join us at the majestic Byrd Theatre for an evening of Poe inspired films beginning with a musical performance on the mighty Wurlitzer organ! 7:00 pm: House of Usher (Corman, 1960) with an introduction by Victoria Price, daughter of screen legend Vincent Price. 9:00 pm Stonehearst Asylum (Anderson, 2014). For information and tickets please call (804) 648-5523

Sep
24
Sat
Richmond Poe Film Festival Saturday Short Films and Panels @ Byrd Theatre
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us at the majestic Byrd Theatre for a day of Poe inspired films with panel discussions by film experts! 10:00 am: The Black Cat (Ulmer, 1934) and Fall of the House of Usher (Watson, 1928) followed by panel discussion “Poe in Black and White.” 1:00 pm: Extraordinary Tales (Garcia, 2014) followed by panel discussion “Animated Poe.” 3:00 pm: The Tell-Tale Heart (LaTier, 2016) and The Cask of Amontillado (Ciechanowski, 2015) followed by panel discussion “Challenges in making Poe Movies.” For tickets go to http://bit.ly/poefilmfest or call the museum at (804) 648-5523.

Sep
23
Fri
Richmond Poe Film Festival Friday Feature Film @ Byrd Theatre
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Join us at the majestic Byrd Theatre for an evening of Poe inspired films beginning with a musical performance on the mighty Wurlitzer organ! 7:00 pm: House of Usher (Corman, 1960) with an introduction by Victoria Price, daughter of screen legend Vincent Price. 9:00 pm Stonehearst Asylum (Anderson, 2014). For information and tickets please call (804) 648-5523

Sep
24
Sat
Richmond Poe Film Festival Saturday Short Films and Panels @ Byrd Theatre
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us at the majestic Byrd Theatre for a day of Poe inspired films with panel discussions by film experts! 10:00 am: The Black Cat (Ulmer, 1934) and Fall of the House of Usher (Watson, 1928) followed by panel discussion “Poe in Black and White.” 1:00 pm: Extraordinary Tales (Garcia, 2014) followed by panel discussion “Animated Poe.” 3:00 pm: The Tell-Tale Heart (LaTier, 2016) and The Cask of Amontillado (Ciechanowski, 2015) followed by panel discussion “Challenges in making Poe Movies.” For tickets go to http://bit.ly/poefilmfest or call the museum at (804) 648-5523.