As Summer comes to a close here in Washington DC, why not make lasting memories with friends and family by attending The African Diaspora International Film Festival? This August 22-24 at the Goethe-Institut, next to our DC hotel.
“The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) presents an eclectic mix of urban, classic, independent and foreign films that depict the richness and diversity of the life experience of people of African descent and Indigenous people all over the world.”–nyadiff.org
At this years screening in DC, customers can purchase their tickets online to individual movies. Showings start at 6pm on the 22nd and end at 9pm with titles of: Jews of Egypt; Catered Reception; In Search of the Black Knight. On the 23rd, showings begin at 1pm with AZU, and the last feature at 7:30pm. On the 24th movies also begin at 1pm with They Are We and the final film For the Cause begins at 5:30pm.
Group rates, senior discounts, and student discounts are available upon purchase of tickets. The Goethe-Institut is a language building that supports intercultural exchange located on 812 Seventh Street, NW. Those interested in attending are advised to take public transportation and purchase passes early as this is anticipated to be a sold-out event.
Hannah, Innkeeper at American Guest House, a Washington, DC Bed and Breakfast.