Get a taste of the local indie scene at the DC Independent Film Festival—a nine-day celebration of some of the year’s best documentaries, motion pictures, and animated movies. We are most excited for the U.S. premiere of Made of Clay, a United Arab Emirates-produced documentary about a stop-motion artist fighting to pursue his dream, and Brazilian animated short Rainbow, which explores a couple’s last moments together. Also of note is Train Station, an innovative production filmed in seventeen different countries, including Iran, Argentina, and the United States, about a man whose plans are thrown askew by a train accident. The festival will also feature the Summit on the Hill, a congressionally-hosted panel discussion on virtual rights and avatars in independent films.
For more information, check out the event website here.
March 4-13, 2016
Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20004