Dedicated to raising cultural awareness and appreciation for the diverse creative population in the Arlington area, the second annual Frame4Frame Festival is set for Thursday, Sept. 21, through Sunday, Sept. 24. The festival will feature film at Studio Movie Grill in Arlington Lincoln Square, art at the Arlington Museum of Art and music at J. Gilligan’s in Arlington.
The festival is sponsored by the Arlington Cultural Tourism Council (ACTC), the Arlington Film Society and the Arlington Museum of Art.
Frame4Frame will screen a diverse collection of films from both studios and independent filmmakers, highlight local and national artist as well as feature national musical artists and emerging artists. There will be networking events for film enthusiasts, musicians and artists.
The film portion will be at Studio Movie Grill at Lincoln Square (452 Lincoln Square). Films kick off at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, with a collection of short films and the red-carpet screening of the feature film JERICO by Brandon Lewis at 7 p.m.
“We upped the ante this year, and the quality of films – local and international – that were submitted really blew us away,” stated James Hawthorne, Arlington Film Society director, in a press release. “We are thrilled to share all of these with our community of film lovers.”
Adonis Rose, hailed by New Orleans Magazine as a “Contemporary Jazz All Star” and founder of the Fort Worth Jazz Orchestra, is set to open the festival with a pre-Festival party on Thursday, Sept. 21.
Festival passes are $50, one-day passes are $25 and single event passes are $10. Discounts are offered to students and members of the sponsor organizations.