DCIFF's Films Big on Fixing, Healing, & Coming of Age

Washington City Paper | March 6, 2008
Now in its 10th year, the D.C. Independent Film Festival is bookended by nostalgia trips: It kicks off on March 6 with a feature riffing on John Ford's The Searchers and ends on March 16 with The Clash Live: Revolution Rock, which captures the punk act from 1978 to 1982. But in between, DCIFF is still all over the place.

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