Now in its 4th year, the Adirondack Film Festival in Glens Falls has become a popular event for movie fans of all ages. Featuring over 100 of the best national and international films across six screens in downtown Glens Falls, the festival is a wonderful opportunity to see something new and exciting.
In fact, on Saturday, October 19, during the event, Saratoga Springs director Charlie Samuels’ award-winning documentary film “VIRGIN BLACKTOP: a New York skate odyssey” will be screened at the Charles R. Wood Theater.
Experience the Upstate NY Premiere of “VIRGIN BLACKTOP”
Shot over four decades, “VIRGIN BLACKTOP: a New York skate odyssey” is Samuels’ first documentary feature film. The movie tells a story about a group of kids from Hudson River towns with nothing in common except their shared love of skateboarding.
“VIRGIN BLACKTOP” is a coming-of-age film that shows how this group of friends has changed since meeting and forming “The Wizards,” a competitive, traveling team, about 40 years ago. It’s won multiple awards and received rave reviews, and on Saturday, October 19, at 3:00pm, will finally be screened in Upstate NY at Adirondack Film Festival.
See Something New at the Adirondack Film Festival
The 4th Annual Adirondack Film Festival is produced by the acclaimed theatre company Adirondack Theatre Festival. From Thursday, October 17 – Sunday, October 20, 2019, a wide range of feature films, short films, webseries, documentaries, and more will be presented on six screens across five different venues. Festival passes are on sale now at the Charles R. Wood Theater Box Office, by phone at 518-480-4878, and online.
Make your plans to attend the Adirondack Film Festival today!