Filmfest DC Brings International Films to the Nation’s Capital
The 23rd annual Filmfest DC, Washington DC’s International Film Festival comes to the nation’s capital for eleven days from April 16th to April 26th. Here you can watch films from around the world. Filmmakers this year come from such diverse countries as Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, France, Mexico, Argentina, Japan, Egypt, Pakistan, Israel, Hong Kong and many more countries. View dozens of fresh films that introduce you to filmmaking from around the world. Filmfest DC will carry you to cinema from five continents and display movies from multiple cultures as you watch independent filmmaking at its best.
While you are in Washington for the Filmfest DC, you may want to take a city tour. The DC in a Day Tour takes you to the city’s main attractions in the course of just nine hours. Included among your stops are visits to the American History Museum, the World War II Memorial, Ford’s Theatre, the U.S. Capitol, and the White House Visitors Center. From the bus you will also be able to view the FBI Building, the Washington Monument, the FDR & Jefferson Memorials, the Supreme Court Building and the Library of Congress. This tour packs in the city’s premier attractions all in one spectacular day of travel across the nation’s capital city.
When you come to Filmfest DC you may need a place to eat. Why not try the Hard Rock Cafe in Washington DC where you can enjoy main courses like savory New York strip steak, hickory smoked bar-b-que ribs or grilled wild Alaskan sockeye salmon. Your meal will be served in a festive rock and roll atmosphere, and the cafe’s memorabilia will introduce you to snippets of history. Learn about the Washington connections of musical artists like Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and Marvin Gaye. Your family will love the cuisine and the memorabilia collections at the Hard Rock Cafe.