DC Film Festival Frenzy
The Our City Film festival, now in its second year, highlights films and documentaries that take place in or are about Washington, DC. Its goal is to promote pride among visitors and residents in the wonders and sights to be found in the nation’s capital. This year’s screening will be held Sunday (Feb 8) at the Busboys and Poets coffee house in the U Street area of Washington, DC. Advanced tickets have already sold out for most screenings, but limited amounts of tickets are also available at the door.
DC Film Festival Winner Films to be shown:
Audience Award: How My Dad Killed Dracula
Best Female Director: Nina Quebrada
Diversity Award: A Land Called Paradise
Audience Award: The Bad News Bearer
Best HD Film: La Tangente
Best Cinematography: The List
Audience Award: Speed Dating
Festival Director's Choice: Bloom
Best Local Film: Funniest Feds
Audience Award: CU@EDs
Audience Award: Tortilla
Filmmaker's Favorite: PATH
Audience Award: The Collinwood Campaign
Best 1st Time Director: Irish Twins
Our City Film Festival Films to be shown:
The Game Comes Home
Green Hair, Gray Hair
Carousel of Memories
Demand the Vote
US Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC
Bar Louie, 701 7th Street, NW, #D, Washington, DC
Busboys and Poets, 2021 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC
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