Films

Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'The Tivoli,' 'Community Harvest' and 'Muralismo D.C.'

The Tivoli: A Neighborhood Landmark Reborn (20 Minutes) Walter Gottlieb The story of one of America's most elaborate movie house is unraveled as the Columbia Heights theater's 80-year history is told by famous Washingtonians such as Diane Rehm of NPR. Community Harvest (10 Minutes)
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'The Game Comes Home' and 'One Punch at a Time'

The Game Comes Home (1 Hour 26 Minutes)  Jeffrey Herberger With Major League Baseball back in the nation's Capital after a void of nearly forty years, this documentary chronicles the legendary stories of Washington baseball through the family members of great players, the writers and sportscasters who have and still cover the games, and the fans who have never gone away.
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'Shepherd Park: Past and Present'

Shepherd Park: Past and Present (26 Minutes)Walter Gottlieb This short documentary tells the story of a once exclusively white community that became one of, if not the, city's first truly integrated suburbs. Childhood resident and filmmaker, Walter Gottlieb, explores how its unique past shapes its diverse present.
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'Shepherd Park: Past and Present'

Shepherd Park: Past and Present (26 Minutes)Walter Gottlieb This short documentary tells the story of a once exclusively white community that became one of, if not the, city's first truly integrated suburbs. Childhood resident and filmmaker, Walter Gottlieb, explores how its unique past shapes its diverse present.
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'Forgiving All My Enemies' and 'Nora!'

Forgiving All My Enemies (16 Minutes) The Institute for Documentary Filmmaking GWU Three boys from D.C. neighborhoods that destine them for prison, rise up by creating a Go-Go band at Sasha Bruce Youthwork, a local community center. While they face issues that put the band in jeopardy, they also must deal with their own complicated personal circumstances. expand this state of mind into other aspects of their life.
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: 'Ready to Play'

Ready to Play (61 Minutes) Jennifer Crescenzo Over the last 15 years, Coach "Crash" Crescenzo has taken a passion for baseball and built a neighborhood institution, the D.C. Glover Park Co-Ed Softball League. As administrations come and go, the softball league keeps bringing neighbors out to play ball and keeps a changing community connected.
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: St. Elizabeth's Hospital

Lens and Pens: Art in an Unexpected Place (30 Minutes) Deborah Schull This documentary is about a photography program that is run by volunteers at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. St. Elizabeth's Hospital: A Brief History (9 Minutes)
Our City Festival Logo

Our City Festival Film Screening: Shepherd Park: Past and Present

This short documentary (26 minutes) tells the story of a once exclusively white community that became one of, if not the, city's first truly integrated suburbs. Childhood resident and filmmakers, Walter Gottlieb, explores how its unique past shapes its diverse present.
The Dirty Dozen Film Poster

'Golden Sunday Movie' at Tenley

Please join us at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library for a Golden Sunday Movie Memorial Day salute to the sacrifice of U.S. soldiers in the film based on E.M. Nathanson’s The Dirty Dozen.

Pages