DC Shorts’ 19th film festival is Sept. 8-18, 2022. 94 films from 29 countries, with live screenings and virtual showcases.
DC Shorts’ 18th film festival is Sept. 9-19, 2021. 95 films from 26 countries being shown live and virtually in 18 showcases.
The Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Baltimore will host its first Queer Jewish Arts Festival celebrating LGBTQIA+ stories and experiences through film, theater, music, literature, and dance.
From a press release: DC SHORTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL MOVES TO AN ‘ALL ONLINE’ FORMAT INCLUDING THE SCREENPLAY COMPETITION, FREE FILMMAKER WORKSHOPS, PANELS, AND PARTIESTravel the Globe from Home, view 163 films from 34 countries Washington, D.C. – DC Shorts...
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...
In an era torn by partisan division and “fake news,” the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair is offering a welcome antidote: its 42nd annual celebration of books, knowledge and learning, April 28-29, 2017, in the heart of our nation’s capital.