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TV is in the middle of a golden age and streaming video is huge. But how are films –actual movies– staying relevant and becoming more accessible? From parks and neighborhood theaters to national museums and libraries, D.C. is packed with movie programs that are often free and cater to niche audiences. Kojo talks with Washington Post Express’ Kristen Page-Kirby about local events and theaters to enjoy movies with fellow Washingtonians.
- Kristen Page-Kirby Senior Arts Editor, Washington Post Express
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