All posts tagged "e street cinema"

  • Oscar-Nominated Short Films

    Once again Landmark’s E Street Cinema, in partnership with ShortsHD, offers two feature-length programs of the short films nominated at the upcoming Academy Awards. A...

  • Oscar-nominated Short Films 2012

    Landmark’s E Street Cinema, in partnership with ShortsHD, offers two feature-length programs of the short films nominated at the upcoming Academy Awards this Sunday, Feb....

  • Duck Soup at Landmark’s E Street CInema

    The E Street Cinema concludes its inaugural “Capital Classics” series with the Marx Brothers comedy Duck Soup, focused on Freedonia’s war on nearby Sylvania. It...

  • King Kong at Landmark’s E Street

    The E Street Cinema continues its “Capital Classics” series this weekend with the 1933 classic King Kong, in which a giant ape escapes and wreaks...

  • Love Story

    There are plenty of films that want to be Weekend. They trickle into multiplexes around the country a few times a year, feeding into a...

  • Midnight Madness

    Paul Klein didn't have a clue about Clue. ''The one I had no idea we were supposed to love was Clue,'' Klein says, about gay...

  • Project Nim: Planet of the Ape

    Director James Marsh and the Oscar-winning team behind the documentary Man on Wire offer Project Nim, the story of a chimpanzee who became the focus...

  • Coming Attractions Trailer Night

    Local film critics Joe Barber and Bill Henry host Coming Attractions Trailer Night, a D.C. Film Society event, in which the audience gets to watch...