‘Corridor Four’ Premieres at Washington Film Festival in Reston Today

Corridor Four, a documentary that follows the story of a 9/11 first responder, will premiere at Bow Tie Cinemas (11940 Market St.) at 7 p.m. as part of the Washington West Film Festival.

A reception, which will include light appetizers and drinks, will follow the screening. The filmmakers and the subject of the documentary will also participate in a question and answer session.

The festival, which began on Wednesday and runs through Saturday, showcases films from around the world.

The complete schedule of screenings, discussions with filmmakers and other events in the area is online. All net box office proceeds help address issues like hunger, illness and limited organization, according to the festival’s website.

Filmmakers and subject will participate in a Q&A following the Thursday night screening. 7 p.m.

Video via Washington West Film Festival

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