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Closing Night at Seret D.C.: Sand Storm

On Sunday night, October 9th, the Edlavitch DCJCC closed out its Seret D.C. series as part of the Washington Jewish Film Festival’s Fall...

Saturday Night at Seret D.C.

As part of the Washington, D.C. Jewish Film Festival Fall Season Lineup (an expansion of the robust Film Festival), the Edlavitch Jewish...

Human Rights Film Series Opening

Last week, the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law and the Center for Media and  Social Impact opened their sixteenth annual Human Rights Film Series with When Elephants Fight, a...

2016 Human Rights Film Series

American University's Center for Media & Social Impact and the Washington College of Law's Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law gladly announce the 17th Annual Human Rights Film...

Getting Real 2016: Pat Aufderheide’s Conference Take

Getting Real 2016 was a remarkable gathering of documentary filmmakers, under the auspices of the International Documentary Association (IDA). What I heard most: Diversity will make us stronger;...

5 to 7 Charms at the DCJFF’s Fall Screening

5 to 7 Charms at the DCJFF’s Fall Screening As part of the Washington, D.C. Jewish Film Festival Fall Season Lineup (an expansion of the robust Film Festival), the Edlavitch Jewish Community Center...

Thank You for Your Service: Impact, Entertainment, Profit

The filmmakers at CreativeChaos, whose projects aim to be “provocative and that move the dial on the cultural conversation” and have “artistic merit, commercial viability, and social...

Meet the Story Movements Speakers: Q&A with Katie Galloway, Filmmaker and Investigative Journalist

Meet Katie Galloway, one of the directors of "The Return"

Meet the Story Movements Speakers: Q&A with Mary Crowley, the VP of Communications and Public Affairs at the Vera Institute of Justice

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