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Get ready to pop the popcorn and feel the nostalgia of black and white because Hollywood’s most iconic stars are making their way back to the big screen. The Williamsburg Film Festival, celebrating its 16th year, welcomes fans of classic movies and television shows on March 7 through March 10, 2012 . “People that come to our festival are real movie fans and feel that they actually grew up with these stars,” says Bill Sasser, president of the Williamsburg FilmFestival.

imageThis year, celebrities appearing in person will include Richard Erdman, Gary Hudson, Mickey Kuhn, Marilyn Mason, Terry Moore, Tommy Nolan, John Saxon and Peggy Stewart, with True West magazine editor and author, Bob Boze Bell. Celebrities will be interviewed on stage daily by film historians and will sign autographs. Nightly entertainment will feature The Virginia Rounders and Elvis tribute artist, Sterling Riggs.

imageFans will have the opportunity to meet the stars, who will interact with them and pose for photos.

The award-winning western singer, R.W. Hampton, will headline the Saturday night dinner program.

The festival officially kicks off on Wednesday, March 7th at 2 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Patriot Convention Center in  Williamsburg. VA. Guest stars will be appearing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday for one-on-one interviews and panel sessions.

If you want to feel more connected to the characters on the screen, check out the dealer room, which showcases memorabilia for purchase from some of the best films and shows ever made.

Each year the film festival closes out with a bang featuring a Saturday Night Dinner Show with live entertainment, and this year will be no different.

Tickets for the Williamsburg Film Festival will be available at $20 for daily admission and $55 per person for a three-day pass .family admission (to include spouses and children under 17) is $75.00. Admission for the Saturday night dinner show is $25.00.

. For more information, visit www.williamsburgfilmfestival.org or call 757-482-2490


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