Foreign & Indie Films

The ARTS ARRAY SERIES is now showing.

American Independent, Foreign Films, Documentaries and Special Interest films
are shown at Abingdon CINEMALL® on MONDAYS and TUESDAYS,
at 4:30PM and 7:30PM, September through November and January though April.

This community film series is a cooperative venture among the CINEMALL®, Virginia Highlands Community College, the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Emory & Henry College.

Faculty, staff and currently enrolled students with CURRENT identification cards from these institutions are allowed to attend the showings free of charge.

Members of the general public may attend any of these films for $7.75.

Call the Cinemall (276)623-2121 or Phil , the series coordinator at Virginia Highlands Community College, (276)739-2451 for more information. 

You can find a list of films each semester on
the Virginia Highlands Community College website: 
August 27 & 28 READY PLAYER ONE
September 3 & 4 ON CHESIL BEACH
September 10 & 11 WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?
September 17 & 18 DON'T TALK TO IRENE
September 24 & 25 I, TONYA
October 1 & 2 I KILL GIANTS
October 8 & 9 MARSHALL
October 15 & 16 LEAN ON PETE
October 22 & 23 SCHOOL OF LIFE
October 29 & 30 A QUIET PLACE
November 5 & 6 BLACK PANTHER
 November 12 & 13 LEAVE NO TRACE

Special Note:
Permanent Writer/Director and Abingdon-native,
Colette Burson 
will provide "talkbacks" after both the 
4 and 7:30 PM showings on April 9.

Ms. Burson is an American television writer, screenwriter, 
producer and director. She is the creator, executive producer
and show runner of the HBO television show, Hung. 
She also wrote for The Riches and is the writer 
and director of the 2017 film Permanent. 
Burson grew up in Abingdon, Virginia. She attended the
University of Virginia, majoring in rhetoric and French, 
and went on to receive her MFA in dramatic writing
from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.