The fourth edition of our popular program of films from the vibrant, creative community of filmmakers in DC and the immediate Metro area.
Total running time: 99 minutes
Kenneth Alexander Campbell
USA, 2019, 10 minutes, documentary
The Brookland Literary & Hunting Club has been a gathering place for black men of accomplishment since 1942, playing host to some of the area's leading doctors, lawyers, scientists, and academics. Now, with an aging membership and few new members, this historic institution may be facing its final days.
Jamaica/USA, 2020, 4 minutes, animation
In this vibrant and colorful animated collage, a man looks back on the cultural traditions, joys, and hardships of family life in rural Jamaica.
Michael Skinner and Jon Michael Shink
USA, 2020, 30 minutes, documentary
After the District of Columbia won limited home rule in the 1970s, its nascent city government struggled to manage its newfound independence. In this in-depth look at some of the biggest cases in the city's history, the Office of the Inspector General shows how it has shaped the District by fighting fraud, abuse, and neglect.
Interview with directors Heidi Scott, Robin Hamilton, Jon Michael Shink, and Michael Skinner
Interview with directors Gregory Edwards and Bob Ahmed
Interview with directors Adielenah Perez and Abi Cole
Interview with director Kenneth Alexander Campbell
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