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26th Reel Affirmations at The Gala Hispanic Theatre

Reel Affirmations to screen 26 films from 11 countries Washington D.C.’s LGBTQ Film Festival, Reel Affirmations, returns to the nation’s capital for its 26th year on Friday, Oct 25. Screenings and events will continue throughout the weekend, ending on Sunday...

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16th Annual DC Shorts Film Festival

156 films from the international film circuit to screen Sept. 19 – 28, 2019 DC Shorts International Film Festival and Screenplay Competition, the award-winning, internationally recognized film festival held every September in Washington, D.C. is thrilled to announce the 2019...

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DC Shorts Laughs Comedy Night

DC SHORTS LAUGHS COMEDY NIGHT RETURNS WITH COMEDY SHORTS & LIVE COMEDIANS Three Comedians, Six Short Films, Many Laughs The DC Film Alliance and DC Shorts International Film Festival announce the return of their annual comedy night, DC Shorts Laughs....

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Reel Affirmations XTRA moves to Landmark’s E Street Cinema

WASHINGTON DC’S ONLY LGBTQ MONTHLY FILM SERIES MOVES TO NATIONAL THEATER CHAIN Reel Affirmations XTRA: Washington DC’s International LGBTQ Monthly Film Series is making a groundbreaking move, relocating their monthly LGBTQ film screenings from the Human Rights Campaign’s Equality Forum...

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15th Annual DC Shorts Film Festival

In its 15th year, DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition will screen nearly 130 films from 30 countries and present 6 screenplays in a live reading showcase from Sept 6-16, 2018.

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Filmfest DC – April 20-30, 2017

Filmfest DC is back for its 31st year in Washington, DC, bringing new and exciting international films to the community. Filmfest DC strives to bring films of current interest and debate to the culturally curious and diverse DC community.

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13th Annual DC Shorts Film Festival

Over the last 13 years, DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition has grown from an idea to one of the largest short film festivals on the East Coast.

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Everything is a Remix: The Force Awakens

Kirby Ferguson of “Everything is a Remix” takes a look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the J. J. Abrams vs. George Lucas methods of remixing. Many said The Force Awakens didn’t feel new, and Ferguson helps break down why.

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Willy Wonka, Behind The Scenes

A behind-the-scenes shot from 1971’s Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Peter Ostrum and Gene Wilder switching looks in between sets. If you want to view paradise… simply look around and view it, anything you want to… do it, want...