Films Showing at Our City Film Festival
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Films Showing at Our City Film Festival

The offerings at the day-long screening of D.C.-based documentaries include "The Tivoli: A Neighborhood Landmark Reborn," "Ready to Play," and "Blue Line: Destination Christylez."Clips courtesy directors Walter Gottlieb, Jennifer Crescenzo, and Gemal WoodsDirector's Cut (Post, Feb. 3, 2008)

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