Washington DCJCC marks its 25th year of the festival with international cinema through a distinctly Jewish lens. The program includes the D.C. premiere of "Dancing Arabs" with its filmmaker Eran Riklis and "Magic Men" about a 78-year-old atheist and his estranged Hasidic rapper son.
Screenings of Georgian films from a retrospective organized by the Museum of Modern Art come to Washington, thanks to the National Gallery of Art. Screenings will take place at the Goethe-Institut, Embassy of France, AFI Silver Theatre and Freer Gallery of Art.
More than 150 films from 31 countries that focus on the impact of climate change. This series of films include various speakers and events in conjunction with the screenings. Highlights include "Racing Extinction" and "Monsoon."
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