Q. Why do you volunteer for OGT?
A. Because I think it’s one of the most valuable attractions in Greenbelt, both socially and architecturally.
Q. What do you like best about volunteering?
A. I get to meet and chat with so many people – whether it’s about movies or not!
Q. What is your favorite recently seen film at OGT?
Thanks for all you do to help make OGT great, Carrie!
Thanks to everyone who came out to watch Voices Beyond the Wall for our fundraiser for RAICES on July 5th.
We were able to raise $250 from your donations and a portion of our concessions sales. #FamiliesBelongTogether
1939, 43 mins.
Sun. Aug. 5 at 1:00 PM
The City is a pioneering short documentary film from 1939 that contrasts the problems of the contemporary urban environment with the superior social and physical conditions that can be provided in a planned community. It was directed and photographed by Ralph Steiner and Willard Van Dyke based on a treatment by Lewis Mumford.
The Old Greenbelt Theatre Members are pretty amazing, and we want to tell the world! So we have started a blog series shining a spotlight on a specific member. Thank you to our 1,000+ members–we can’t do this without you! Want to join? Fill out a membership form today. Name Michael G. Stewart & Julie Boynton (filled […]Read More
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