It's that time of year again! The 2013 DC Independent Film Festival is finally here and will take place March 6th-10th at the US Navy Heritage Center (Archives Metro Station on the Yellow and Green lines). This year's selections include narrative film features, documentaries, narrative shorts, and animations. They also include a wide variety of genres including drama, comedy, and musicals.
Most films will be ticketed at $12 with the exception of closing night screenings, which will be ticketed at $15. The documentary "Let There Be Light" will have a special screening at the Washington, DC National Cathedral and tickets for that showing will be $22.
Besides movie screenings, there will also be workshops, seminars, and panel discussions (including an acting class and discussion led by Emmy nominated actor Blake Berris). All seminars are $16 and masterclasses are $25.
Earlier this month, the DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) hosted their first Blog Roll Party and previewed some of their movie trailers to selected press. A few of the filmmakers dropped by to support their films and answer any questions. Movie fans will be pleased to see the wide and varied selection chosen to debut at this year's festival.
Stay tuned for the DC Movie Examiner's Indie movie reviews and interview with "Normal" writer/director Nicholas Richards.