Landmark's E Street Cinema
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E Street Cinema is an eight-screen luxury cinema specializing in first-run independent and foreign language films, documentary features and classic revivals. E Street's focus is on high-quality programming, presentation, and unique concessions and bar items to further your film-going experience.
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Our favorite movie theater in DC. While not a truly independent theater, it's got that vibe. If you need a break from the monuments and crowds or it's a rainy day, check this place out!
D.C. loves outdoor movies. From June through August there is at least one each week throughout the city. Google it to see what the movie(s) and where they are playing.
Awesome theater showing independent movies ... and you can drink wine with your movie here!
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