DC Film Society Oscar Party, February 24, Arlington Cinema ‘N’ Draft House
Your Academy Awards-Nominated ‘Bests’ Check Off List.
Film Fest Winners Featured Tuesday
A flurry of late entries led to some stiff competition for honors at the 2nd Annual Falls Church Film Festival that will be presented along with the screening of the winning films Tuesday at the State Theatre.
Northern Virginia Art Beat
‘Caunotaucarius’ (the Indian name for George Washington, meaning ‘Town Taker’) oil on canvas by Clark Fox at MOD Arts in Falls Church City.
F.C. Film Festival Goes Competitive In 6 Areas Leading to Nov. 13 Gala
Last year, the first-ever Falls Church Film Festival at the State Theatre was a showcase for some locally-produced material. Next month, in only its second year, it will progress to a competition drawing some serious amateur talent from across the globe.
Community News and Notes
GUESTS OF NEWS-PRESS owner/editor Nicholas F. Benton were a prominent feature at last Saturday night’s Human Rights Campaign annual banquet that drew over 3,000 to the Washington, D.C., Convention Center. TOP PHOTO (l. to r.)—Laura Hull, Ruben Rodriguez, Josh Limbaugh, Kurt Gottfried, Benton, Eileen Levy. BOTTOM PHOTO—Johnny Booze, Dennis Copertino, […]
IMAX Version of “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” Smithsonian’s Johnson IMAX Theater, 10th at Constitution N.W., Friday and Saturday nights, 7:30 p.m.
“No End in Sight,” a film by Charles Ferguson, showing at Shirlington 7 theater.
Community News & Notes
News and notes from the Greater Falls Church community. ‘Last Kids’ Wins First Northern Virginian barbershop quartet Last Kids Picked has been awarded the Larry Ajer Scholarship through a national competition. The father-son group includes Bill Colosimo and his son Anthony Colosimo, as well as Mike Wallen and his […]
A G-Rated Film Fit For a Gastronome
“Ratatouille,” the new animated movie in which Remy the rat becomes a chef with the help of his friend Linguini, has everyone talking about the dish that won the critic’s heart.