Angelika Pop Up Union Market
550 Penn St NE
Washington DC 20002
Kandahar Journals is an independently produced, award winning and critically acclaimed documentary film which follows the story of a photojournalist who reflects on the events behind his psychological transformation after covering front line combat in Kandahar, Afghanistan from 2006 to 2010.
directed by - Louie Palu & Devin Gallagher
"Creative Feds" - Civil servants by day, artists by night and weekend. Go beyond the stereotype of the "faceless bureaucrat" by meeting two federal workers who are as dedicated to public service as they are to their music. - directed by Erica Ginsberg & Leon Gerskovic
Thursday October 12th 7pm - 9pm
After years on the run, the mystery man known as "Trick" is back, but not on his own terms. Trick finds himself trapped in a cage with four other hostages - all of them paralyzed from the neck down. When Trick realizes that one of the other hostages is an old foe, Detective Epperson, the two begin working together to uncover the connection between them and their captor - a masked man they suspect is the infamous Deathstalker Killer. directed by - Kipp Tribble
Evocation of a Nightmare: Entering what seems to be a deserted building, a man explores and finds an unwanted guest. directed by Wally Chung
Age of the Warrior: Two warriors battle each other using swords, fists and their own ki energy. directed by Tia Polite
Vindicta: A short story on the cycle of revenge. directed by Tracey Allyn
10/14/2017 - 3:00pm - RIFE Documentary Spotlight
A Matinee screening block featuring 3 spotlight documentaries presented by RIFE; including:
"Radio Rahim Renaissance Man"
RADIO RAHIM RENAISSANCE MAN profiles hip hop artist Radio Rahim and his journey as a socially conscious independent artist--or, as he describes himself, an "artivist"--in Washington DC. Through his music, Muslim faith, and activism, those intertwining--and sometimes conflicting--factors paint the portrait of a modern-day Renaissance man. - directed by Eugene Obah
"Do You Like Peacocks?"
In a non-descript studio by the railroad tracks in small-town Irondale, Alabama, a group of adults with autism and their dedicated instructors convene every day to make art. - directed by Mary Clay Fields
"Behind the Woods and Across the Sea"
Born Onufry Filipovich in the Russian Empire, Owen Phillips came to America alone, with nothing, at the age of 16. His story is the story of one man and millions of people. The 20 million immigrants who, like him, arrived in America a century ago fueled the astonishing economic growth that transformed the United States from an economic backwater into the world’s leading economy. - directed by Douglas Phillips