• Spring Film Festival 2017
  • Underground Cinema


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Our Mission

The WVIFF’s mission is to encourage, support, and promote the Film Arts; to plan, organize, and present an annual Fall Film Festival of critically acclaimed and culturally diverse domestic and foreign language feature films unlikely to be exhibited theatrically in West Virginia; to plan, organize, and present an annual Spring Film Festival of critically acclaimed and culturally diverse domestic and foreign language feature films and documentaries, West Virginia-produced/related films, and educational programming; to conduct these activities for entertainment, educational, and audience-development purposes; to encourage local and statewide film and video production; and to carry on any business connected therewith.

Contact Us

Phone: 304-395-6688

Snail Mail: P.O. Box 2165, Charleston, West Virginia 25328

Get Involved

Great volunteers make the West Virginia International Film Festival possible. As a volunteer-based, non-profit organization, we depend on the generosity and dedication of our volunteers, who run all areas of the festival. We hope you’ll join our team of hard-working, fun-loving, problem-solving movie lovers dedicated to helping festival patrons and guests have the best filmgoing experience possible.

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Purchase Tickets

Purchase tickets in advance and we will have them ready for you at Will Call.

Adult: $9 Student: $5

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Join us at Underground Cinema at 2:30pm as we introduce Charleston to Julieta, Pedro Almodovar's most recent cinematic offering. Tickets still available, and going quickly! Secure yours at wviff.org!

"After a chance meeting, middle-aged Julieta (Emma Suarez) learns that her long-lost daughter has resurfaced in Madrid. This begins a painful reflection by Julieta into her checkered past, flashing back to the moments of pain that defined her current life. This drama is directed by Spanish master Pedro Almodóvar."

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Tickets are going quickly for our 5pm screening of My Life as a Zucchini! Check out the trailer, and then rush over to wviff.org to secure your tickets!

15 tickets left! Movie is at 5pm at Underground Cinema.

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Films screening this weekend:
Friday, 4/21 - Opioid Inc. + Jon Matthews Discussion (Sold Out)
Friday, 4/21 - Paterson (Tickets Still available)

Saturday, 4/22 - My Life as a Zucchini (5pm, tickets still available)
Saturday, 4/22 - Paterson (7:30pm, Tickets still available)

Sunday, 4/23 - Juleta (2:3pm, Tickets still available)
Sunday, 4/23 - Tanna (5pm, Tickets still available--Alley Entrance)

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