REWIND Happens This Weekend!

REWIND Happens This Weekend!

Tickets now on sale!
if you either…
Join our Facebook Group, or
Tweet any message using our hashtag #dcshorts.
You will receive a special code via email by January 27 for $2 off your tickets when you purchase online. This discount cannot be taken at the box office.

January 28-29, 2011
Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tickets, film descriptions and special offers online at

Program Highlights:

  • 7 years of amazing film in one screening-packed weekend!
  • FREE Family Films on Saturday
  • Enjoy special offers at area restaurants, bars and stores
  • Easy to get to with Metrobus
  • Off-street parking available
  • See the state-of-the-art facilities at the Atlas Performing Arts Center


by downloading the special Neighborhood Pass. Get the pass stamped at any three of the locations, and bring back to the box office for one free ticket of your choice!
Everyone loves the “Best of DC Shorts” – one reason this event sells out year after year! So, we decided to expand the night to an entire weekend – and move to DC’s up-and-coming exciting neighborhood – the H Street/Atlas District.

Join us for two days of film events, music and performance events, and specials at neighborhood restaurants, bars and shops.

We will screen specialty blocks of films (animation, foreign, local, documentary, etc.) and end each evening with the Best of DC Shorts 2010. This is the perfect opportunity to catch films you might have missed from past years – and whet your appetite for future DC Shorts events.

If you like what you see, visit the Judging Booth to learn how to join the selection committee for the 2011 festival (September 8-15, 2011)

DC Shorts has also partnered with restaurants up and down H Street NE to make your experience at Rewind even more special. Enjoy amazing specials at these neighborhood hangouts. Grab a meal before a show — and drinks or dessert after! Just download your pass Neighborhood Pass and start saving today!

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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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