- The Washington Times - Sunday, April 22, 2007

Cinephiles have 12 movies to choose from tonight at Filmfest D.C., taking place through Sunday at the theaters at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW. There’s something for classical music lovers (“Antonio Vivaldi, A Prince in Venice,” screening at 8:45), internationally minded foodies (“Border Cafe,” at 6:45), wannabe inventors (“Congorama,” at 6:30) and more. Filmmakers from five of this evening’s projects will be on hand, including director Linda Hattendorf and producer Masa Yoshikawa, whose work “The Cats of Mirikitani” will be shown at 6:30, and director Zach Niles, whose documentary on the Sierra Leone Refugee All-Stars screens at 6:45. 202/628-FILM. www.filmfestdc.org.

Jenny Mayo

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