Washington DC Independent Film Festival
By Elden Rhoads
Feb 27, 2008, 19:00

WHAT: Washington DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF)

WHEN: Thursday, March 6 – Sunday, March 16, 2008

WHERE: Jack Morton Auditorium
George Washington University
805 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
(Foggy Bottom Metro)

EVENT TYPE: Movies, Seminars and Music Festival


The Washington DC Independent Film Festival celebrates the vision, the creativity and the highest level of independent filmmaking from both local and international filmmakers.

This year’s festival takes a look at “The Politics of Film” and includes a more diversified program than ever. More than a hundred films will be presented over 11 days with themes including CineLatino, Women, DC Filmmakers, International (Africa & the Middle East) and Social Issues (the Black Experience, Going Green and Native American).

Film enthusiasts will also be treated to a wide variety of genres ranging from comedy to horror, as well as Q&A sessions with filmmakers, an Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill and seminars conducted by industry experts, award-winning writer/producers and world-renowned independent filmmakers.

For a detailed schedule of events and ticket information, please visit


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