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The seventh annual Cabin Fever Film Festival, co-hosted by the Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center and the Town of Purcellville Arts Council, highlights films made by Loudoun County residents. The festival begins at 7:00 p.m. and continue Saturday, January 27 at 10:00 a.m. The full schedule for Saturday is posted below and there will be an awards presentation n following the screeenings. Break that cabin fever in late-January and enjoy the seventh year of Purcellville’s only film festival!

The theme for this year’s festival is “Connections.” Winners in the categories of Best in Theme, Festival Favorite, and Most Likely to Break Cabin Fever will each receive $500 and a trophy hand-crafted by a local artist. Those who participate in the youth screening will be recognized for their submissions.

Please note that while we promote this as a family film festival, these films are not rated. We will add information in the film descriptions about sensitive material so audiences can make informed choices


Saturday, January 27   10:00 am

“Harbinger: A Treasure Hunt Prequel” Josh Ryan
“Hand in Hand” Jennifer Porter
“Wilted” Gray Brackett
“I Need the Storage Space” Josh Ryan
“I Tried” Josh Ryan
“Outside” Varun Chharia, Veronica Seguin, Matthew Hale, Pelin Yirmibesoglu


“I Heard The Bells” The Morrison Brothers
“Vigilance” Josh Ryan
“Winter” Samantha Wall
“A Face in the Dark” Varun Chharia, Sudhir Shenoy
“Unfinished Business: Part 1” Josh Ryan
“Life in Color” Evan Jackson
“2% Certain” Maddy Wade

AWARDS Presentation

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