In knee-jerk, archetypical fashion, a big, bullying newscaster threatened to punch out a homosexual in front of live TV cameras in Northern Virginia last week.
Falls Church local Anne Welles, a teacher by day and independent filmmaker by desire, saw her first area-based work screened at the Arlington Drafthouse and Cinema in mid-April.
“Watchmen” director Zack Snyder (300) was faced with a difficult task – condensing a 12-issue comic book epic, considered by many as the greatest ever written, into a feature length motion picture.
Biopics are tricky things. Filmmakers who undertake them are required to balance narrative flow with documented real-life experiences.
Glass works, at the Maurine Littleton Gallery (1667 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.). Runs through Oct. 18.
Cruz Wins Outstanding Educator Award Jane Cruz, coordinator for adult high school completion programs of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Adult and Community Education (ACE) program, recently received the Outstanding Educator award from the Martin Luther King, Jr., Cultural Center. Cruz is also the principal of Woodson Adult High […]
Providence Players’ ‘Steel Magnolias’ Opens This Friday The new theatre at the James Lee Community Center on Annandale Road between Rt. 29 and Rt. 50, just beyond the Falls Church City limits, will again be the venue for a lively production by the Providence Players theatre troupe. This time, Robert […]
Business news and notes for Apri 24 – April 30, 2008.
Transportation issues have kept us out of art galleries this week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into them.
Those who stay tuned following the NCAA Tournament Selection Special will be able to see Falls Church resident Ed Henderson in the commercial-free presentation of “Black Magic,” a documentary film by Dan Klores.