Public/Private, at the Arlington Arts Center (AAC) (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington).
When a James Bond movie comes out, drinks writers immediately pounce on what 007 is drinking in his latest flick.
One of the nice things about watching movies at home is that you can relax with something to eat plus sip a cocktail, wine or beer while you’re viewing.
Biopics are tricky things. Filmmakers who undertake them are required to balance narrative flow with documented real-life experiences.
Student Joins Whale Research Team Through Earthwatch Institute Arman Carter, a rising junior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology will join an Earthwatch Institute expedition this summer to study food availability and feeding behavior of grey whales off the coast of British Columbia in Canada.
A few years back, Warren Throckmorton, an erstwhile psychologist and full-time blogger from a tiny Christian school, filmed a noxious “ex-gay” video, “I Do Exist.” The documentary begins at New York’s porn palaces on 8th Avenue – with the seedy atmosphere shot deliberately to signify gay life.
The acclaimed drama department at Marshall High School in Falls Church rolls out its latest musical comedy production, “City of Angels,” beginning tonight, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. Performances will also be Friday and Saturday night and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the school’s auditorium at 7731 Leesburg Pike.
It has been a remarkable week culturally for the Bartons, and another reason why Arlington is such a great place to live.
DC Film Society Oscar Party, February 24, Arlington Cinema ‘N’ Draft House
Okay. Okay. I know this is not supposed to be a book review column. But every once in a while I come across a book that is so exceptional, so moving, I can’t keep it to myself.