Just a reminder that in about 72 hours The Washington Post’s first-ever feature film will screen at NPR headquarters in their beautiful auditorium on North Capitol St. in DC. Following the screening will be a panel discussion with the filmmakers, writers from The Atlantic/ESPN and Sports Illustrated, and a character in the film. And to further tempt you: there will be live music and alcohol (available for purchase).
There are only a few tickets left so reserve yours now by following this link:
(**similarly, if you reserved tickets in the past but are now unable to attend, please cancel your reservation and release those tickets to others)
– When: Thursday, October 16, 7pm—9:30pm (doors at 6:30)
– Where: NPR, 1111 North Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC 20002
– How: Reserve FREE tickets via http://events.npr.org/npr/Home/EventDetails/7496
– Who: Panelists include Gregg Easterbrook, The Atlantic & ESPN; Ali Fenwick, Sports Illustrated; Karibi Dede, Woodbridge High School football coach; Brad Horn, Videojournalist at The Washington Post; and Jonathan Forsythe (moderator), Deputy Director of Video at The Washington Post.