All Movies in Washington DC

Whether watching movies or being involved in the production of movies, residents of the city are passionately dedicated to the art and process of cinema. Washington DC movies are always playing around town, from small documentaries detailing the stories of residents and their lives in town to big action blockbusters set in the city that make millions of dollars at the box office. Never mind what the credits read: sometimes the biggest star in a movie is its setting.

555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington DC 20001
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Fourth Street & Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20560
DC Museum: 4th St & Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560 10am-5:30pm Daily NY Museum: 1 Bowling Green, NYC, NY 10004 10am-5pm; Thurs Til 8pm
555 11th Street NW Washington DC 20004
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401 Constitution Avenue NW Washington DC 20001
The National Gallery of Art preserves, collects, exhibits, and fosters understanding of works of art at the highest possible museum and scholarly standards.
5612 Connecticut Avenue Washington DC 20015
Bringing outstanding first-run commercial films, independent and foreign films, documentaries, film festivals, and special programs for families and seniors to DC.
550 Penn Street NE - Unit E Washington DC 20002
Three screen micro-cinema at Union Market, Washington D.C.
1811 14th Street NW Washington DC 20009
Black Cat is a live music venue committed to bringing you the best in local, national, and international independent and alternative music.
950 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington DC 20560
A haven of quiet compared to the bustling National Museum of Natural History on the other side of the Mall, the National Museum of African Art is often overlooked, perhaps because it is mostly housed underground. About half the Museum's space is devoted t
Independence Avenue & Seventh Street SW Washington DC 20560
Art surrounds us.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington DC 20566
The Kennedy Center houses five theaters including the homes of the National Opera and National Symphony Orchestra. If you can't score tickets, daytime tours are available.

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