5th Annual Architecture & Design Film Festival at the National Building Museum

January 26,2023 – January 29,2023 all-day
National Building Museum
401 F Street NW, Washington DC
Sixteen provocative films explore issues of gentrification, urban planning, sustainability and other topics pertinent to the D.C. development landscape. ADFF:DC will kick off with Alice Street, a moving documentary about the power of public art and a mural that brought together artists, community leaders and two neighborhoods in the fight to protect history, culture and voice in the face of gentrification. Friday and Saturday evening's festivities begin with a happy hour featuring vendors, Little Miner Taco, Don Ciccio & Figli, Other Half Brewing, and Silver Branch Brewing. The festival will conclude Sunday with a celebration of D.C. culture and history featuring a Go-Go brunch with popular D.C. band TOB, and other exciting activities. For a full list of the weekend's planned events, visit here. Tickets prices fluctuate by day and vary based on National Building Museum membership; for more details and to purchase tickets, click here
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