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

The Final Year at Landmark West End and Angelika Pop-Up

COMING SOON

Opening February 16: Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Documentary at Landmark West End

Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine at Cinema Arts (Fairfax)

The Road Movie at Landmark West End

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamar Story at Landmark E Street Cinema

FEBRUARY 2018

February 18:  13th at AFI Silver

February 19:  Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story and Q&A at Landmark E Street Cinema

February 20:  Policing Gentrification at Bloombars

February 21:  Understanding the Film Festival Selection Process at Docs in Progress

February 22:  Miss Kiet's Children at Creative Alliance

February 24:  No Maps on My Taps followed by About Tap at National Gallery of Art

February 25:  Dolores Film and Discussion at Busboys and Poets (14th & V)

February 28:  Faces Places at National Archives

MARCH 2018

March 1-4: Capital Irish Film Festival at AFI Silver

March 1:  Icarus at National Archives

March 2:  Last Men in Aleppo at National Archives

March 2:  In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America at AFI Silver

March 3:  Who does she think she is? at Smithsonian American Art Museum

March 3:  Strong Island at National Archives

March 3:  Puck of the Irish with Director Q&A at AFI Silver

March 4:  Academy Award Nominated Documentary Short Subject Nominees at National Archives

March 4:  Abacus: Small Enough to Jail at National Archives

March 4:  It Tolls for Me at AFI Silver

March 4:  The Farthest with Q&A at AFI Silver

March 5:  When God Sleeps at AFI Silver

March 6:  Itzhak at Edlavitch DCJCC

March 6: Democracy's Messengers: The Never-Before-Told Story of Young Americans on Capitol Hill at National Archives

March 7:  Stitching Palestine at Busboys and Poets (Brookland)

March 8:  Heavyweight Paint at Creative Alliance

March 8:  Vintage Movie Night with Richard Hall: Selections from the National Film Preservation Board at Takoma Park Community Center

March 12 (rescheduled from January 8):  Documentary Roundtable DC on Archival Research jointly sponsored by Docs in Progress and WIFV DC at Interface Media

March 14: From the Back of the Room sponsored by Women in Film & Video at Arlington Cinema and Draft House

March 17:  City of the Sun at National Gallery of Art

March 17:  Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf at National Gallery of Art

March 17:  Filmmaking at your Fingertips:  Smartphone Documentarian at Docs in Progress

March 22:  The Secret Life of Muslims at Creative Alliance

March 22:  Generation on the Wind at National Archives

March 23:  Who does she thing she is? at Smithsonian American Art Museum

March 23:  Peer Pitch West sponsored by Docs In Progress at Sebastopol (CA) Center for the Arts

March 24:  Big Sonia at Blackrock Center for the Arts

March 24:  Intermediate Adobe Premier Editing Workshop at Docs in Progress

March 26-30:  Spring Break Documentary Filmmaking Camp - for Ages 12-17 sponsored by Docs in Progress at Takoma Park Community Center

March 27:  Spectres Are Haunting Europe sponsored by NYU Washington and the Czech Embassy

March 28:  The Gardener at Landmark E Street Cinema

March 30:  Helena's Law and FC Roma sponsored by NYU Washington and the Czech Embassy

APRIL 2018

April 3:  Discover Arts: Hitler v. Picasso at the  Others at Landmark Harbor East

April 3-4:  Discover Arts: Hitler v. Picasso and the Others at Angelika Mosaic

April 4:  How To Get Great Interviews at Docs in Progress

April 7-May 19:  Intro to Documentary Production Class at Docs in Progress

April 12:  Walls that Bleed: The Story of the Dudley/A&T Uprising presented by Docs in Progress at Takoma Park Community Center Auditorium

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

MAY 2018

May 11-12:  Stop Making Sense at Landmark E Street Cinema