Film and TV Archive

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

West End Cinema Will Close at the End of the Month

Amid a host of new movie theaters in the city, it couldn't compete.

A Preview of the DC Independent Film Festival

Hits, misses, and the just plain weird

New Documentary Probes the Failings of a Southeast Scholarship Program

In 1988, a local hotel magnate promised scholarships to 67 kids. Most never graduated from college.

Area Nerd Competes Against Fellow Geeks on TBS Reality Show

"I learned that alliances are very important, and that I had to like Little Caesar’s pizza."

The Post‘s Arts Reporter Is Also a TV Historian

Geoff Edgers explores museums' nuclear guns, bugles, and horseshoes in Secrets of the Arsenal.

The Babadook, Reviewed

Noah Wiseman’s turn as a young boy struggling with emotions he can’t understand goes beyond the horror requirement that a child be pale and say unwittingly chilly things.

Watch a New D.C.-Based Murder Mystery Web Series,Green Vespers

“Ironically, I very rarely use Twitter—but I always use my twatter.”