In its best iterations, the Three Rivers Film Festival — and any film festival, aside from the giant studio soirees — functions the same way. There will be movies you’ve never heard of and plenty you’re unlikely to see elsewhere. You’ll chat with friends and strangers in the lobby, sharing thoughts on the preceding feature and getting recommendations on other offerings. And you’ll assuredly see something that resonates personally and deeply with you.
The documentary “At the Video Store,” which will appear at the Harris and Regent Square theaters as part of this year’s Three Rivers Film Festival, invites a cast of creators and clerks to wax nostalgic about the bygone days of “be kind, rewind.” While the film luminaries (John Waters, Nicole Holofcener, Bill Hader) and surviving-store owners have various stories about their personal affection for rental places, there’s a common theme to the praise. Video stores, for those too young to remember, were places where you could discover new films as part of a community.
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