Ready to Play (61 Minutes)
Over the last 15 years, Coach "Crash" Crescenzo has taken a passion for baseball and built a neighborhood institution, the D.C. Glover Park Co-Ed Softball League. As administrations come and go, the softball league keeps bringing neighbors out to play ball and keeps a changing community connected.
Lens and Pens: Art in an Unexpected Place (30 Minutes)
This documentary is about a photography program that is run by volunteers at St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
St. Elizabeth's Hospital: A Brief History (9 Minutes)
This short documentary (26 minutes) tells the story of a once exclusively white community that became one of, if not the, city's first truly integrated suburbs. Childhood resident and filmmakers, Walter Gottlieb, explores how its unique past shapes its diverse present.
DC Public Library is excited to partner with Our City Festival and screen three short films at Mt. Pleasant Library! The screening begins at 7 p.m. in the Large Meeting Room on the first floor. Read below for film descriptions and running times.
We’re crazy for Almodóvar in June and July.
This Pride season, we thought we would pay tribute to an award-winning director we can always count on to be inclusive, over the top, thought-provoking – and fun! Join us in the large meeting room on the main floor every Saturday at 2 p.m. for another amazing Almodóvar film.