From a beat reporter at the Washington Post to an overnight sensation as the leader of the New Journalism movement, Tom Wolfe was at the forefront of reshaping how American stories are told. With a distinctive and oft-imitated style all his own, Wolfe’s body of work includes some of the most memorable and culturally impactful stories of the 20th century like The Right Stuff, The Bonfire of the Vanities, and A Man in Full. Radical Wolfe is a deeply personal and illuminating look at the man inside the famous white suit, featuring conversations and interviews with those who knew him best, including Michael Lewis, Gay Talese, Lynn Nesbit, Terry McDonell, Tom Junod, Christopher Buckley, Niall Ferguson, and Alexandra Wolfe.
A joyful comedy bubbling with hope, SCRAPPER is the incredible debut feature from Charlotte Regan, starring Harris Dickinson and Lola Campbell. A dreamy, witty and unmissable tale of family and fresh starts, SCRAPPER is a film that believes life’s not so much about chasing rainbows but snatching fistfuls in both hands.
SVFF presents its Monthly Movie selection for July: the sci-fi comedy Jules. An unusual and unexpected visitor brings together several people living in a small city in rural Western Pennsylvania. Starring Academy Award® winner Ben Kingsley, Emmy nominee Harriet Sansom Harris, and two-time Emmy winner Jane Curtin.
WILD LIFE is a sweeping portrait of a conservationist who never stopped evolving, and of those who shaped her on a journey to become a global leader of wildlife preservation. From the epic climbing trips of Doug, Yvon Chouinard, and the pioneers of a new kind of outdoor lifestyle, to the heated controversy brewing in South America as two Americans purchased local land, to a love story as wild as the terrain it unfolded on, the film prompts audiences to ask themselves – what makes life worth living?
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