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- Vegan Soul Food Cafe Headed to Mount Rainier
- Lidl to Open in College Park on June 19
- Lidl Grocery Store Headed to College Park
- Lidl to Open in College Park in Mid to Late June
- Kahvie Coffee Shop Now Open in Hyattsville
- Route 1's Habit Burger Has a Secret Menu
- Capital Bikeshare Keeps Expanding on Route 1
- Why College Park's New Bubble Tea Cafe is Big
- Mount Rainier's Pennyroyal Station Opening Soon
- College Park Moves Closer to Opening Lidl
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Tag Archives: film
Visit The Artist Marketplace at the Mount Rainier Artist Lofts during Open Studio Tour! Unique jewelry, fashion, leather goods and more! Great outing for Mother’s Day too!
Wednesday, February 27, 7 pm Documentary, 2007; 1983 Colored Frames is a look back at the last fifty years in African American art. An unflinching exploration of influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists. In Motion profiles the outspoken representative … Continue reading
The Washington Sculptors Group was founded in 1984 with a mission to “promote an awareness and an understanding of sculpture and foster the exchange of ideas among sculptors, collectors, and the general public.” This exhibition brings together a group of … Continue reading
Fiction, 1998. Raymond “Ray” Joshua (played by Saul Williams) is a young man from Southeast D.C. Despite his innate gift for poetry and his aspiration to be a rapper, he finds it difficult to escape the pressures of his surroundings: … Continue reading
Free event. Join us for the last film of the Women in Film: Gender Redefined film series. Lively discussion after the film. American film audiences know award winning filmmaker Sophia Coppola. Despite her win as Best Director for her 2017 … Continue reading
Albertina Carri’s second feature is a documentary with fictional elements about the Argentine dictatorship of the 1970’s and 1980’s. It looks at Argentina’s recent history from the perspective of a generation forced to mourn those of whom they have no … Continue reading
El lugar más pequeño is a documentary about the Salvadoran Civil War. A story about mankind’s ability to arise, to rebuild and reinvent himself after surviving a tragedy. A story about a people that have learned to live with their … Continue reading
Zama, an officer of the Spanish Crown born in South America, waits for a letter from the King granting him a transfer from the town in which he is stagnating, to a better place. His situation is delicate. He must … Continue reading
Dir. Joshua Bonnetta, J.P. Sniadecki (2017), US, 94 minutes. From Harvard University’s Sensory Ethnography Lab, known for pushing the boundaries of aesthetics and nonfiction films, El mar la mar explores the US/Mexico Sonoran desert border with an experimental approach that … Continue reading
More than six years in the making, this uniquely animated film is composed of 65,000 painted frames created by 125 specially trained painters. Drawn from meticulous research and inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces, subjects, and 800 personal letters. Loving … Continue reading