Kurdish writer and director Jay Jonroy offers his new film, “David & Layla,” as a gift of hope for a world overwhelmed, at times, with war and ethnic tensions.
The Last Waltz Ensemble, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church, Sunday, June 10, Doors open at 7.
Peter Pan is the imagination of abandoned street urchins. They are the real subjects of the story, which is more Dickins-esque than most people realize.
Jody’s Jam of the Week
Washington, DC International Film Festival, April 19-29, Wisconsin Ave.
Northern Virginia Art Beat
‘Ascension’ by Phil Napala, manipulated digital photo of Koi.
Movie Review: TMNT
In 1984, Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman published a small independent comic book depicting four genetically altered terrapins, trained in the ancient art of ninjitsu. Two years later, “Turtle Power” was sweeping through the nation faster than a hungry turtle devouring leftover pizza.
“Modernism: Designing a New World 1914-1939,” Exhibition Opens Saturday, Mar. 17, at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Nicholas F. Benton: Factory Girl
There are many aspects to why the new film, “Factory Girl,” is opening to less than rave reviews this week. It’s an unsettling docudrama set in the 1960s Greenwich Village, about Andy Warhol (played by Guy Pearce), a Bob Dylanesque character (Hayden Christensen) and the lesser-known real life person Edie […]
“Bobby,” Showing at the DuPont 5 in Downtown D.C.
“She Loves Me,” Arena Stage, Washington, D.C., through Sunday Dec. 31.