Free Movie Weekend
It’s a jam packed week of free movies in DC, even on this Easter holiday weekend. Check out what’s playing gratis near your neighborhood.
From environmentally-themed classics to full-length animated motion pictures to screwball comedies, there’s something for everyone in the free movie department this week.
Fans of classic films are in luck this week. One of the earliest examples of an epic, a mini-marathon of Bette Davis motion pictures, and a Woody Allen double-feature are among the highlights of a packed week of free movies in and around DC.
A retelling of the “Jack and the Beanstalk” fable could be the top draw at this weekend’s box office. But if “Jack the Giant Slayer” has you feeling nostalgic, you can feed that nostalgia with the long list of classic (or classic-looking) movies playing for free this week in and around D.C.
The 85th annual Academy Awards are this Sunday night, and if you haven’t seen all the nominated films yet, this is your weekend to cram!
DC is a good place to be for fans of the movies. What other town lets adventurous cineasts catch every film nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards, one night at a time leading up to the ceremony, for the low, low price of nothing? Here’s the list of free movies for the week starting Feb. 16.
This week’s list of free movies in the DC area includes a handful of romantic options, starting on Tuesday. Most of them may require a long drive, but you do have options inside the District as well.
A new month brings a whole new list of free movies to enjoy in and around Washington. This week you can get ready for Oscar season, celebrate Black History Month, even unleash your inner Trekkie. And the only price you’ll have to pay is the cost of gas.
It’s a strange movie selection at the box office this weekend, luckily you have options in the D.C. area that are absolutely free, and they range from high-minded art films to cinematic classics to the just plain ridiculous.
The warm weather means the National Mall will likely be packed this weekend, so it might get crowded for one of the best-kept secrets about tourism in Washington: the free movies that play in and around town week in and week out.