Still haven’t seen our documentary film
SEE / LINE. Well, why not?
DVD copies of the two-part short are now available for purchase at Sankofa Books & Video Cafe, located at 2714 Georgia Avenue, NW. Pick up a copy (or two) for $10 a piece, and this long-awaited labor of love is yours to keep forever.
And for those living outside of D.C., fear not. All hope isn’t lost. Email email@example.com for shipment inquiries.
A new year is the perfect opportunity to look back at our accomplishments, and we couldn’t be more happy with Red Line D.C.
Last November’s premiere at Angelika Pop-up and subsequent screenings we’re a hit! And, just this month, director/producer Saaret Yoseph was named as the D.C. Film and Television Development Office’s January Filmmaker of the Month.
What a better way to wrap up the project and kickoff 2015? We couldn’t be happier about the news!
The #iSeeRDC tour continues at full speed!
Since the premiere, The Red Line D.C. Project has presented SEE / LINE at two additional locations — Northeast Library, by Union Station, and Smith Public Trust at Brookland-CUA.
This week we’re heading further north. Thursday, 11/13, SEE / LINE will screen at Takoma Library, right by — you guessed it! — Takoma metro station.
Showtime starts at 6:30pm! Hope to see you there!
We did it!
Saturday, November 1st was the premiere presentation of The Red Line D.C. Project’s
SEE / LINE. Collaborators, contributors and interested community members came out to the Angelika Pop-Up film center at Union Market.
Two showings of the film were offered to attendees, as well as a small, celebratory reception with director/producer Saaret Yoseph.
We had a blast with all those that came out! Check out the photos from the event below!
To all those that missed the big night, be sure to catch the film at one — or more! — of the public screenings being held throughout November at various locations near or along the Red line.
Thanks, again to everyone who attended the premiere and to all those that have supported the project during the four amazing years that led us here!
It’s Magic Monday!
After four years of blood, sweat and spray paint, we’re finally premiering our short documentary,
SEE / LINE, this Saturday, November 1st at the Angelika Pop-Up Film Center in Northeast, D.C.
Join director/producer Saaret Yoseph for a first look at the film.
But don’t forget to register! The event is RSVP only and seating is limited.
Less than two weeks left till the premiere of The Red Line D.C. Project’s
SEE / LINE. And we can’t wait for you to check out the final short film!
Until then, we have to hold you over.
Below is a deleted scene from the documentary, featuring an excerpt from an early interview with graffiti writer REI21. Here, REI responds to a question about whether or not the opinions of Red line riders matter to him. Spoiler Alert — They don’t!
See what REI has to say, then tell us your opinion. #iseeRDC
What About the Commuters? from citylovedc on Vimeo.
Take a look at this deleted scene from our two-part documentary,
SEE / LINE. In this bonus clip, urban planner Heather Deutsch, discusses the impact of the legal murals painted along the Red line metro. What effect do aesthetics have on a community?Does graffiti and spray paint have the same appeal when the art is sanctioned and controlled?
Watch this short video and tell us what you think. Leave your mark in the comments section below or share your thoughts with us on Twitter (#iseeRDC). We’d love to hear from you!
What Do the Murals Do? from citylovedc on Vimeo.