March 26 – April 5, 2020

After-Dark Fun with RiverRun at the Marketplace Cinemas Drive-In!

RiverRun and Marketplace Cinemas Winston-Salem are pleased to be teaming up on a series of exclusive drive-in movies throughout summer and early fall! Next up, join us on Thursday, October 8th for the powerful new indie drama Freeland, starring RiverRun’s 2020 Spark Award honoree Krisha Fairchild! The film was awarded jury prizes for Best Actress (Krisha Fairchild) and Best Editing in the Re: Vision Independent Feature Competition category of this year’s festival. All RiverRun at the Marketplace Drive-In screenings are sponsored by Parkway Lincoln. Full description and details below. Check back soon for additional screenings to be announced.

Thursday, October 8– Freelandstarring 2020 RiverRun  Spark Award honoree Krisha Fairchild
7:30 pm gates open, show begins at dusk
Marketplace Cinemas Winston-Salem
2095 Peters Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27127
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Synopsis:  An aging pot farmer finds her world shattered as she brings in what could be her final harvest, fighting against the threat of eviction as cannabis legalization rapidly destroys her idyllic way of life. Freeland stars this year’s RiverRun Spark Award honoree Krisha Fairchild, and was recognized with jury prizes for Best Actress (Krisha Fairchild) and Best Editing in the Re: Vision Independent Feature Competition at RiverRun 2020. Rising star Lily Gladstone co-stars in this powerful, slow-burning drama, a standout from this year’s SXSW Film Festival.

This film will be preceded by the short film Little Chief

Reviews of Freeland:

“Fairchild’s performance is so deftly layered with ferocity and wisdom, heartache and desperation, that it suggests whole realms beyond the screenplay’s understated yet trenchant dialogue.” — Hollywood Reporter

Freeland builds from its humble start to a wrenching conclusion, and eventually coalesces into a poignant, understated character study about the destructive collision of nostalgia and regret — a stoner midlife-crisis drama that fully belongs to the era of legal weed, and what happens when people get screwed by it.” — IndieWire

“There’s a veracity to Freeland that works, and it’s matched in Fairchild’s emotional performance, one that captures the fear and depression that comes with recognizing the world may be moving on without you.” —

RiverRun at the Marketplace Drive-In screenings sponsored by Parkway Lincoln

Venue sponsored by Deuterman Law Group