November 25, 2009 — The Virginia Film Society concludes its fall schedule with a screening of "Peter and Vandy" Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at Vinegar Hill Theatre, 220 Market St. in Charlottesville.
The cinematic debut of writer and director Jay DiPietro, "Peter and Vandy" explores questions of shared experiences and diverging remembrances in a story of love with no beginning and no end. Switching back and forth in time, the film is a puzzle, reflecting what it means to fall in and out of love.
The film, which was launched at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, stars Jason Ritter, Jess Weixler, Jesse L. Martin, Tracie Thoms and Noah Bean. The film is based on DiPietro's 2002 off-Broadway play.
About the Virginia Film Society
The Virginia Film Society is the yearlong extension of the Virginia Film Festival, the University of Virginia's annual four-day event. The festival features film screenings and commentary from U.Va. faculty experts and Hollywood insiders.
Admission to individual screenings is $9 ($5 seniors and students), but free to Film Society members. Any tickets not taken by Film Society members can be purchased 30 minutes before the screening.
Dues for membership in the Virginia Film Society are $65 a year ($50 for students and seniors). Benefits include admission to Film Society screenings, one free pass to Regal Cinemas, $2 off Mondays at Sneak Reviews and $6.50 Tuesday movies at Vinegar Hill Theatre.
For information on membership in the Virginia Film Society, to download a membership application form or to book online, visit www.vafilm.com/film-society.