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Here come the Kennedys! Filming has begun on the new Killing Kennedy film, a docu-drama chronicling the assassination of the John F. Kennedy starring Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin as the titular president and his wife. More»
Starting towards the end of July, Screen on the Green, every Washingtonian's favorite summer movie festival, will once again commence on the National Mall. Just a few days ago, the lineup for this summer’s festival was announced, displaying yet another wide range of classic films for everyone's viewing pleasure. More»
You stay classy, DC, because Ron Burgundy is coming to the District...well, sorta. More»
[Daniel Day-Lewis, Stephen Spielberg]
Last night, senators from the left and right came together at the Capitol Visitor's Center for an exclusive screening of Lincoln, Steven Spielberg's critically acclaimed film about the 16th President's final months in office. More»
History buffs, grab your popcorn! The trailer for the new Abraham Lincoln biopic starring Daniel Day-Lewis in the titular role just came out and it looks AWESOME! More»
HBO will air 41, Jeff Roth's documentary featuring George H.W. Bush, his wife, and their picturesque Kennebunkport manse. Early reviews do not seem to friendly to the film, stating that it trivializes the former president's accomplishments and focuses on the personal aspects. More»
Come get your cinema fix at DC’s favorite summer movie festival, Screen on the Green! Held at the National Mall from July 16 – August 6, this Monday night movie event is a fun and laidback way to enjoy cinema classics without having to sacrifice a nice evening outdoors. The movies start around 8:30-9 pm and the good lawn spots fill up quickly, so get there early! More»
National Geographic Channels hosted the world premiere screening of UNTAMED AMERICAS on Tuesday at the Uptown Theater, complete with wild animals on the red carpet. The 4-part miniseries premieres this Sunday, June 10 and Monday, June 11 and explores wildlife spectacles in North America, Central America and South America. More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.