The organizers of the Pocahontas Reframed Storytellers Film Festival have postponed this year's festival due to the pandemic until Nov. 19-21, 2021. They also announced a new partnership with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for the 2021 fest.
"We are, however, excited about the opportunities ahead, to include a virtual mini-festival to be held on the November 2020 dates of the original festival," they said in an email.
This year's festival, Nov. 20-22, will include virtual screenings of four short films: "Tsenacommacah," by Federico Cuatlacuatl and Ethan Brown; "Pauline," by Shelley Niro; "Little Chief," by Erica Tremblay; "Dig it if you Can," by Kyle Bell.
To learn more information about the virtual festival, check with their website.