Film Schedule


Film Series: DC4Reel


For decades Washington D.C. has stood as a beacon for black culture and community, yet a wave of gentrification threatens this history. Filmmaker Samuel George dives into this rich tapestry as well as the economic and cultural gentrification that stand to mute it. George documents the intersection of go-go music, the hypnotizing sound of D.C., and the protests ... more

Friday, June 4 - Sunday, June 13
FREE

Liam White
Harold Jackson III - USA - 86 mins

In critically acclaimed filmmaker Harold Jackson III's insightful character piece void of Hollywood melodramatics, novelist Liam White's career has peaked—to put it kindly. Uninspired and burnt-out, the titular character loses his will to finish his next novel and even shirks his public appearance commitments. To top it all off, Liam is told by his oncologist ... more

Friday, June 4 - Sunday, June 13
FREE

MetroShorts
various - USA - 99 mins

The fourth edition of our popular program of films from the vibrant, creative community of filmmakers in DC and the immediate Metro area: BLAHC: The Brookland Literary & Hunting Club, Super Bella, Landfill, Boxing Day, Tikkun Olam, Our Alexandria, Between the Lines: Liz at Large, and Oversight.... more

Friday, June 4 - Sunday, June 13
FREE

A Tale of Three Chinatowns
Lisa Mao & Producer Penny Lee - USA - 90 mins

In 2015, The Washington Post reported that the population of Chinese Americans in Washington, D.C.'s Chinatown had shrunk from a high of 3,000 to about 300—half of whom are now fighting to be able to stay. This illuminating debut by D.C.-based filmmaker Lisa Mao and producer Penny Lee profiles Chinatowns in Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Boston and features ... more

Friday, June 4 - Sunday, June 13
FREE

4 films



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