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Film & Movies In Metro DC including Film Screenings, Film Series, Film Festivals & More

Find films and movies, film series and film festivals presented throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital. Find art films, foreign films, documentaries, screenings, and first run films shown at museums, arts centers, and movie houses. Whether you enjoy experimental, environmental, documentaries, Hollywood or Bollywood you'll find them on CultureCapital.

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Arabian Sights Film Festival Nov 1-9, 2014
The 19th Annual Arabian Sights Film Festival returns with the best in contemporary cinema from all over the Arab world. For two weekends, Arabian Sights will showcase some of the most captivating and talked about films of the year.
Halloween 2014 BOO!
Looking for SPOOK-TACULAR FUN in Metro DC this Halloween? We've gathered together Halloween events for families and adults to enjoy. From zombies to haunted houses, from harvest festivals to concerts and everything in between. CultureCapital.com's Boo! will put the TREAT in your Trick or Treating.
Codebreaker (Film Screening)
National Archives
Mon, October 27
This feature-length docu-drama details the highs and lows of Alan Turing’s life, tracking his extraordinary accomplishments, his government persecution, and his tragic death in 1954. (2011; 81 minutes.) Following the film, Executive Producer Patrick Sammon will discuss and answer audience questions.
RADHE RADHE: Rites of Holi
Thu, November 6
This film with live music showcases the Indian celebration of Holi, an annual spring rite that brings devotees by the thousands to the streets in a rhapsodic state of uninhibited, ecstatic freedom, a time when roles are reversed and anything is possible.
Two Nights in Telluride Part 1
National Geographic
Fri, November 7
Capture the excitement of the latest great films on adventure, extreme sports, and mountain culture as we present two nights of the best of Mountainfilm in Telluride.
Two Nights in Telluride Part 2
National Geographic
Sat, November 8
Since 1979, this festival held high in the Rockies has been one of the major events on the adventure film circuit, attracting climbers, athletes, and filmmakers from around the world. Over two evenings, festival director David Holbrooke will join us in DC to present the best of this year’s festival, held annually in late May.
Flying Monsters 3D
National Geographic
Thru Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Millions of years ago dinosaurs were on their rise to dominate Earth. But another group of reptiles was set to make an extraordinary leap: Pterosaurs were about to take control of the skies. The story of how and why these mysterious creatures took to the air is more fantastic than any fiction.
Sea Monsters 3D: A Prehistoric Adventure
National Geographic
Thru Wednesday, April 1, 2015
From giraffe-necked Styxosaurus and sea birds with teeth to the T. rex of the ocean—the 40-foot super-predator Tylosaurus —these wondrous beasts defy imagination. In a remarkable journey, immerse yourself in this unexplored world of the “other dinosaurs,” delivering the creatures brought to life on the big screen in 3D.
Sat, October 25
The 5x5 Project: Soda_Jerk: Hollywood Burn
Sun, October 26
National Gallery of Art
The Wall in Our Heads: A Second Quarter
Mon, October 27
Sat, November 1
The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Civil War 360 (2014; 60 min)
Thu, November 6
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Miss Navajo (2007; 60 min)
Sun, November 9
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
The Wall in Our Heads: Works by Artists Wolf Vostell and Lutz Dammbeck
Mon, November 10