*Online Premiere* A grieving young woman attempts an unusual method to come to terms with the loss of her sister. Marcela Biven directs the enigmatic, “Virginia,” a film about trauma and memory, and the connection between the two, combining picturesque visuals (filmed at Opus 40 in Saugerties, New York) with gothic atmospheres. Anna is alone in her country house when a mysterious woman arrives on the property. Gradually we learn the nature of her visit (I’m gonna be vague with this one because the mystery is an essential part), but it’s cut short by Anna’s emotional reservations, and leads into a harrowing set of revelations. Led by terrific performances from Amandine Thomas and Christine Spang, balancing the naturalistic with the performative, Biven’s film is a strikingly original vision, operating almost like a ghost story, at least until its mysteries begin to lift and it becomes an elaborate search for catharsis. [Watch on YouTube]. (15 minutes). Written and directed by Marcela Biven. Starring Amandine Thomas and Christine Spang. Produced by Makena Miller. DP: Barton Cortright. AD: Madeline Leshner.