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For the first time in two years, the longest-running and largest film festival in Washington, DC, returns to in-person screenings.

From Thursday to May 1, Filmfest DC will take over the Landmark E Street Cinema, The Wharf, the French Embassy and other venues in the nation’s capital.

This year’s festival will feature 65 films from 35 countries.

Watch the DC4Reel series for locally-focused documentaries, including “Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting,” “Life After the Gunshot,” and “The First Step,” detailing Van Jones’ efforts to advance prison reform. to be exposed.

Due to the pandemic, Filmfest DC has been held virtually for the past two years. For anyone who wants to watch the movies at home, there is a streaming option.

Tickets are on sale now at https://www.filmfestdc.org.

Here’s a full list of movies and showtimes.

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