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Two End-of-Year Oscar Contenders

Empire of Light Writer-director Sam Mendes’s latest offering is a period drama about the staff of a English resort town’s movie house with themes including...

Two Real-Life Dramas from New York City and Colombia

She Said “She Said” is a drama based on the 2017 New York Times investigation that exposed film producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of abuse...

The Movies That Got Away

With this column, I again highlight several “Movies That Got Away,” feature films (from 2021) less noticed or hyped upon release. This selection avoids...

Movies: A Look at an American Prison Tragedy

Every year during Oscar season, Academy voters come up with a winning list of five films for the Best Feature Documentary category. Here are...

See Encanto Friday at ‘Films by the Fountain’

After a two year hiatus, Films by the Fountain is back! Join the 13th Street Community Park and Garden this Friday, Mar. 25 for an...

Spanish Film Icon Comes up with Another Winner

Spanish writer-director Pedro Almodovar continues to amaze with his latest effort, “Parallel Mothers,” a touching and brilliantly realized film that brings him back to...

Catch a Summer Movie Outside Library of Congress

Catch a movie outside the Library of Congress this summer! The Library of Congress will host its fourth annual “LOC Summer Movies on the Lawn”...

Free Film Festival: The World of Wong Kar Wai

For the first part of this year’s Made in Hong Kong Film Festival, the Smithsonian National Musuem of Asian Art (the Freer-Sackler Gallery) celebrates...

Conflict Internal and International

The Father A much-acclaimed drama of 2012, “The Father,” examining the world of dementia, has been lauded in theaters around the world, and has now...

Tickets Added for Riverfront Drive-In Movies

Additional tickets have been released for the Capitol Riverfront Outdoor Movie Series --drive-in style! The Capitol River BID series runs Fridays starting at 7:30 p.m....