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'Golden Sunday Movie' at Tenley

Please join us in the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library for our Golden Sunday Movie showing of an American neo-Western thriller based on the book No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy.
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Friday Film (The French Market Edition)

Tired feet from strolling the wonderful Georgetown French Market? Bring your baguettes, chocolat, & cafe to our Meeting Room and enjoy a charming French movie.
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Movie Screening

We're celebrating bike month at Northwest One Neighborhood Library with a screening of The Great Muppet Caper.  Join us for snacks and bike safety tips after the movie!

Teen Movie Night: 'Divergent'

To celebrate the theatrical release of InsurgentTakoma Park Neighborhood Library is hosting a screening party for Divergent!
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Poetry on Film Series: In Extremis: On Poetry, Subversion & Violence

Stephen Burt, Joyelle McSweeney, and Johannes Göransson, discuss the pros and cons of poetry breaking its bounds and seeking new extremes. (2014 - 76 minutes.) Courtesy of The Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University
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Poetry on Film Series: Cosmologies of the Classical

David Hinton, translator of Classical Chinese Poetry and Chloe Garcia Roberts, translator of Derangements of My Contemporaries, share their methodologies and approaches to translating classical poetry. (2014 - 96 minutes.) Courtesy of The Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University
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Poetry on Film Series: The Poet's Voice

CD Wright (One With Others) and Jared Stanley (Book Made of Forest), explore concepts of the individual in local and global environments. (2014 - 52 minutes.) Courtesy of The Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University
Gregory Peck: A Charmed Lifefawn

Classic Movie

You are cordially invited to free showing of a classic movie about a Florida boy and his pet deer, starring Gregory Peck.  Please join us!
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'The Signal' is not what you think it is...

Come check out one of the most underrated movies of 2014. You won't regret it.
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Classic Cinema Night

In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, we will screen a film directed by one of Hollywood's first openly lesbian filmmakers, Dorothy Arzner. Arzner's Christopher Strong (1933) is the story of Lady Cynthia Darrington (Katharine Hepburn), an aviatrix who has historically put her career ahead of romantic pursuits. When she least expects to, she falls in love with family man Christopher Strong (Colin Clive), much to the chagrin of his wife Elaine (Billie Burke) and daugher Monica (Helen Chandler). But the Strong family has illicit secrets of their own.