The RiverRun International Film Festival, based in Winston-Salem, NC, is one of the premier film festivals in the southeastern United States.  The 2017 festival dates will be March 30-April 9, 2017.


RiverRun Free Family Day April 1st!

We have put together a fantastic line-up of free events for audiences of all ages for RiverRun Family Day 2017 on April 1st. Beginning with our popular Saturday Morning Cartoons program and ending with a screening under the stars, families and guests of all ages are encouraged to join the fun!

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RiverRun Getaway Package

Escape to RiverRun! We’ve put together exclusive exciting getaway packages full of films, fun and history to enjoy while you explore Winston-Salem. Book early before films sell out!

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Call for Student Ambassadors

RiverRun is looking for social media-savvy students to be our Festival Ambassadors. This select group of students will promote the different aspects of the festival in the weeks leading up to RiverRun’s 2017 Festival (March 30 – April 9, 2017). Our goal is to increase awareness and involvement in this entertaining and enlightening cultural event to a younger generation of film-lovers in the local community.

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RiverRun Retro: Barbara Stanwyck Film & Book Signing 2/2/17

RIVERRUN RETRO PRESENTS:
STANWYCK: STEEL TRUE

7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 2, 2017
Hanesbrands Theatre
209 N. Spruce St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

RiverRun International Film Festival’s RiverRun Retro presents a film screening of Stella Dallas, starring Barbara Stanwyck, and a discussion with Stanwyck’s biographer, Victoria Wilson, followed by a book signing of her biography, A Life of Barbara Stanwyck Steel – True: 1907 – 1940. The event will take place on Thursday, February 2, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at Hanesbrands Theatre, located at 209 W. Spruce Street, Winston-Salem.

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THE BAD KIDS – FREE Screening 1/31/17

THE BAD KIDS
Directed by Lou Pepe & Keith Fulton

7:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Huber Theatre
Salem College Student Center
601 S. Church St.
Winston-Salem, NC
FREE and open to the public
Panel discussion to follow with special guests

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RiverRun 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

Who needs another necktie or fruitcake for the holidays? This year, give the gift of RiverRun! For a limited time, we are please to offer the following special holiday deals for the film lovers in your life…. (read more)

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RiverRun Launches RiverRun Retro November 4th!

RiverRun Retro will be a year-round initiative of RiverRun International Film Festival spotlighting individuals and films that have contributed to the cultural and commercial fabric of motion pictures. By bringing in special guests to discuss their careers, RiverRun Retro will pay tribute to those who have influenced the medium, and audiences will be exposed to fascinating history and backstory of the art form, as a supplement to our annual springtime Festival. The inaugural event, RiverRun Retro: An Evening with Millie Perkins, will take place Friday, November 4, 2016, at Hanesbrands Theatre, featuring special guest Millie Perkins in an on-stage interview by Foster Hirsch. The program will also feature clips from Perkins’ extensive acting career, including her debut role as Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the program will begin at 8:00 p.m., with a reception to follow, featuring beverages from Hoots Beer Co. and McRitchie Winery, along with light hors d’oeuvres from Mooney’s Mediterranean Café. Complimentary tickets are available for students grades K-12 by emailing mickey@riverrunfilm.com. Tickets for adults are available online at: http://www.rhodesartscenter.org/an-evening-with-millie-perkins/ Millie Perkins is a film and television actress best known for her film debut as Anne Frank in George Stevens’ production of The Diary of Anne Frank (20th Century Fox, 1959). Subsequently, Perkins was placed under contract to Fox, but it was a tumultuous relationship with Perkins being suspended for refusing to appear in Tess of the Storm Country. After appearing as Elvis Presley’s girlfriend in Wild in the Country, Perkins left Fox to appear in Ensign Pulver and Jack Nicholson’s existential Westerns The Shooting and Ride the Whirlwind. More... read more

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