DC-Area Film Events

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Check out these upcoming documentary film events happening in the Washington DC/Baltimore Metro Area. This includes documentary film screenings, film festivals, and industry events. If you have one you would like added, please send an e-mail to monica AT docsinprogress DOT org.

 

CURRENTLY PLAYING

Delores at Cinema Arts (Fairfax) and Landmark E Street Cinema

Two Trains Runnin' at Landmark E Street Cinema

COMING SOON

Opening October 20:  For Ahkeem at Angelika Pop-Up

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards at Landmark E Street Cinema

Bending the Arc at Landmark West End

Human Flow at Landmark E Street Cinema

SEPTEMBER 2017

September 22-28:  Birthright: A War Story at AFI Silver

September 22-28:  Ex Libris: The New York Public Library at AFI Silver

September 24:  DEEJ at Blackrock Center for the Arts

September 25:  Dina at Edlavitch DCJCC

September 26:  Ocean Frontiers III at Cinema Arts (Rehoboth)

September 26: An Evening with Bernard-Henri Lévy at Edlavitch DCJCC

September 26:  Screening of DEEJ sponsored by Docs in Progress at Atlas Performing Arts Center

September 28:  Black Sabbath: The End of the End at Angelika Pop-Up, Angelika Mosaic, Landmark Bethesda Row, Landmark E Street Cinema and Landmark Harbor East

September 29-October 5:  Trophy at AFI Silver

September 30:  Made in Baltimore Short Film Festival at Creative Alliance

OCTOBER 2017

October 3: Let's Play Two at Angelika Mosaic, Landmark E Street Cinema, Landmark Harbor East and AFI Silver

October 7:  Docs in the City: Spotlight on Coming of Age Documentaries presented by Docs in Progress at American University

October 8:  Representation in Documentary: Brunch and Brainstorm with Michele Stephenson at Docs in Progress

October 10:  May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers at Landmark E Street Cinema and Landmark West End

October 12:  Don Murray: Unsung Hero at AFI Silver

October 12:  Strategies for Writing Non-Fiction Films at Docs in Progress

October 12:  Vintage Movie Night with Richard Hall:  The World of Tomorrow presented by Docs in Progress at Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium

October 12:  El Mar La Mar at Brentwood Arts Exchange

10/12-14: Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton at Landmark E Street Cinema

October 15:  Oil & Water at Blackrock Center for the Arts

October 16:  Documentary Roundtable: Trailer Night at Docs in Progress

October 16: The Rosenwald Fund 100th Anniversary Celebration: Rosenwald DVD Premiere at Edlavitch DCJCC

October 17:  Wishmakers at Edlavitch DCJCC

October 17:  Getting Your Foot in the Door (Careers in Film and Television) - Panel at Docs in Progress

October 18-November 8:  Intro to Adobe Premier Pro Video Editing at Docs in Progress

October 18:  Washington in the 80's at Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

October 19:  Aletsch: At Glaciers' End at Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

October 26:  Pigheaded at Creative Alliance

NOVEMBER 2017

November 5-12: Backpack Filmmaker Bootcamp: The Self-Sufficient Doc Shooter at Docs in Progress

November 7:  Working Long Distance With an Editor - Online Panel sponsored by Docs in Progress

November 12:  Mind/Game at Blackrock Center for the Arts

November 13:  Documentary Roundtable DC (Career Sustainability in Documentary) sponsored by Docs in Progress at Interface Media

November 16:  Vey Nou Lagon at Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

November 17:  Community Stories Festival Screening of LET THE FIRE BURN sponsored by Docs in Progress at Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium

November 18:  Master Class in Editing with Nels Bangerter at Docs in Progress

November 19:  Filmmaking at Your Fingertips: The Smartphone Documentarian at Docs in Progress

DECEMBER 2017

December 5:  Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story at Edlavitch DCJCC

December 15:  The Guestworker at Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

COMING IN 2018

February 11:  Little Stones at Blackrock Center for the Arts

March 24:  Big Sonia at Blackrock Center for the Arts

April 15:  Ghost Town to Havana at Blackrock Center for the Arts