Adams Morgan gets its own outdoor film series

We’re over halfway into the May, and as is the summer tradition, free film festivals continue to open around DC. This week, we’d like to direct your attention to a newcomer in Adams Morgan, only a few hops down the Red Line. Tomorrow evening, half an hour after sunset, Adams Morgan Movie Nights will kick … Continue reading “Adams Morgan gets its own outdoor film series”

We’re over halfway into the May, and as is the summer tradition, free film festivals continue to open around DC. This week, we’d like to direct your attention to a newcomer in Adams Morgan, only a few hops down the Red Line.

Tomorrow evening, half an hour after sunset, Adams Morgan Movie Nights will kick off its inaugural program with an outdoor screening of Pixar’s beloved Up. The event goes down at Marie Reed Elementary School, a few blocks past Amsterdam Falafelshop (to use that as a landmark). Concessions will be available, and you are encouraged to bring your own blankets and picnic gear. In fact, why not get some falafel at Amsterdam Falafelshop? These problems solve themselves. The first 150 attendees will receive mysterious bags full of local swag, so you’ll want to get there early.

The series continues every two weeks after, with All the President’s Men on June 10th and Rushmore on June 24th. This looks like another great addition to DC’s film festival lineup. See you tomorrow!