Films on the Canal Walk

Celebrate James River Week at Films on the Canal Walk, Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Richmond’s Canal Walk Murals, located at 1201 Haxall Point, Richmond, Virginia.

Bring a chair or a blanket to the Canal Walk and enjoy short films about our natural resources and outdoor recreation created by local filmmakers.

Films on the Canal Walk, formerly called Films on the Floodwall is presented by JROC – James River Outdoor Coalition, James River Advisory Council, James River Association, and Venture Richmond. It’s made possible by generous support from RVA PaddlesportsAviva Rentals – Audio Visual Equipment Rentals and AV Tech ServicesKatie Did Design, and Kinker Press.

Interested in submitting a film? Find out more: 2020 Call For Films

Films Screened at 2019 Films on the Canal Walk

Access for All: Huguenot Flatwater by James River Outdoor Coalition

James River Park System Easement 10-Year Anniversary by Friends of the James River Park
Kids in Kayaks by Clay Mottley of YMCA of Greater Richmond
Love Flows by Franco Campos-Lopez
RVA My Way – Nikki Wilkins by Max Schlickenmeyer of Virginia Commonwealth University

Films Screened at 2018 Films on the Floodwall

5,000 Miles of Wild by American Rivers

Selected Films Screened at Films on the Floodwall and Films on the Canal Walk (2015 – 2019)

An Oyster’s-Eye View of the Virginia Oyster Shell Recycling Program by Ron Lopez of Virginia Commonwealth University
April Showers by Brandon Montijo of Tijo Media
Dam Droppin’ by Brandon Montijo of Tijo Media
James River Sturgeon by Melissa Lesh of Emerging Earth Films
The Great Return of the Atlantic Sturgeon by Elli Morris of Elli Morris stills + motion
The Spawn by Melissa Lesh of Emerging Earth Films
The Urban Forest by Melissa Lesh of  Emerging Earth Films
Twelve Foot Jimmy by Brandon Montijo of Tijo Media
We are Richmond by Melissa Lesh of Emerging Earth Films