Film and TV Archive

What Your Summer Outdoor Film Series Says About Your Neighborhood

Nine to Five captures the workaday gloom of Golden Triangle, and AdMo should show pizza-themed flicks.

In Marie’s Story, an Uneven Take on the Astounding Story of a Deaf-Blind French Girl

Haven't we seen this story before? Anyone heard of The Miracle Worker?

The Foo Fighters Will Be David Letterman’s Last Musical Guests Ever

Tonight's show will feature the late-night host's favorite band.

Here Are the Films Showing at AFI DOCS This Year

AFI DOCS carries on its tradition of opening and closing the festival with biographies.

ANACOSTIA–The Series Wins Its First Daytime Emmy Award

The soapy web drama won Outstanding Performer in a New Approaches Drama Series.

Homeless Filmmakers Tell Their Own Stories in Street Sense Documentary Series

The team traveled to New York to guilt David Letterman into giving one of the directors an internship.

Filmfest DC Returns with a Slimmer Schedule and Fewer Locations

The streamlined festival returns April 16–26.

D.C.’s Environmental Film Festival, the Biggest in the Country, Starts Today

See documentaries, shorts, and narrative films on bikes, gorillas, climate change, food waste, and the Anacostia river.

Movieng On: West End Cinema’s Old Competitors and D.C.’s New Film Houses

Netflix, E Street Cinema, and a tiny Mount Pleasant spot set to screen vintage cuts

The Hidden Lives of Classic Movie Stars: A Primer for AFI Silver’s Leading Ladies Series

Karina Longworth, of the podcast You Must Remember This, on the secrets of Marlene Dietrich and when Meryl Streep began to embrace her own feminism