Documentary Screening: “JANUARY 6TH”

NAVY MEMORIAL THEATER, 701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW         MAP / PARKING

EVENT DATE: WEDNESDAY 14 DECEMBER 2022

Documentary Screening: 

“JANUARY 6TH”

Navy Memorial Theater, 701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW   MAP & PARKING

EVENT DATE: 

WED 14 DEC 2022


THE FILM

Follows the events of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th of 2021, told by those who witnessed the chaos firsthand.


RECEPTION 6:00PM

SCREENING 7:00PM


FREE BUT RSVP REQUIRED

RSVP

THE DIRECTORS

Jules Clément Naudet and brother Thomas Gédéon Naudet are French-American filmmakers. The brothers, residents of the United States since 1989 and citizens since 1999, were in New York City at the time of the September 11 attacks to film a documentary on members of the Engine 7, Ladder 1 firehouse in Lower Manhattan. Jules captured the only clear footage of the first jet, American Airlines Flight 11, hitting the North Tower of the World Trade Center. The footage shot in 2001 was made into the 2002 documentary 9/11.  The video camera that Jules was using that captured Flight 11 crashing into the World Trade Center is now on display in the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.


Q&A WITH DIRECTORS FOLLOWS THE SCREENING


THE FILM

Follows the events of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th of 2021, told by those who witnessed the chaos firsthand.


RECEPTION 6PM


SCREENING 7PM


FREE BUT RSVP REQUIRED

RSVP


THE DIRECTORS

Jules Clément Naudet and brother Thomas Gédéon Naudet are French-American filmmakers. The brothers, residents of the United States since 1989 and citizens since 1999, were in New York City at the time of the September 11 attacks to film a documentary on members of the Engine 7, Ladder 1 firehouse in Lower Manhattan. Jules captured the only clear footage of the first jet, American Airlines Flight 11, hitting the North Tower of the World Trade Center. The footage shot in 2001 was made into the 2002 documentary 9/11.  The video camera that Jules was using that captured Flight 11 crashing into the World Trade Center is now on display in the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.


Q&A WITH DIRECTORS FOLLOWS THE SCREENING