View a nationally acclaimed and powerful movie on anti-bullying. This film offers insights into many facets of bullying and is a must-see for parents, educators and teens.
Color, 99 minutes. Rated PG 13
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hola Cultura will be screening one part of the six-part PBS series, Latino Americans. You can also stream this series through our Access Videos on Demand database.
Are you a fan of go-go music? What does Chuck Brown mean to you? Why is this particular genre of music unique to Washington, DC?
Come celebrate the legacy and cultural impact of the late “Godfather of Go-Go” with this special tribute. This event will also raise awareness for the Library’s Special Collections Department’s Go-Go Music Archive, a collection initiative to document and preserve the legacy and memory of Go-Go music in Washington, D.C.
The day’s activities will include:
Join us as we watch the energetic musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954).
Set in Oregon in 1850, but based on the ancient Roman legend of the Sabine women, this film is particularly known for Micheal Kidd's unusual choreography. He makes dance numbers out of frontier pursuits such as chopping wood and raising a barn. Film critic Stephanie Zacharek has called the barn-raising sequence in Seven Brides "one of the most rousing dance numbers ever put on screen."
Are you a film buff? Are you looking to nurture your budding love of film? Come join a monthly discussion of a film from DC Public Library's new and exciting online streaming resource: the Criterion Collection.
As part of our Adult Daytime Programming series, Movies in the Afternoon will present a selection from a variety of films each month, including feature films and documentaries.
Join us in Room A-5 on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.