Hollywood officially invades DC for the 8th annual GI Film Festival (GIFF) held in Old Town, Alexandria, also known as “Sundance for the Troops.” Celebrities scheduled to attend: David Arquette, Gary Sinise, Adam Driver, and Michelle Monoghan with additional participants to be announced in the coming weeks. The GI Film Festival (GIFF), the country’s select award-winning organization preserving the stories of American veterans, returns to Washington, DC for the biggest year yet! GIFF DC 2014 will feature 56 film screenings as well as celebrity meet-and-greets, red carpet soirees, exclusive embassy and Capitol Hill events and major world premieres and advance screenings: Field of Lost Shoes (May 19), When the Game Stands Tall (May 22), The First Motion Picture Unit: When Hollywood Went to War (May 23) and Ft. Bliss (May 25).
“GIFF has now officially become a destination event for Hollywood celebrities who want to show their support for the troops and we could not be more grateful. When you bring Hollywood stars into the room with real military heroes and great movies, magic happens,” said GI Film Festival president Brandon Millett. “And this year we’ve taken our game to a whole new level in all areas so anyone who wants to attend the festival should get on board early because this is sure to be the hottest ticket in town this May.”
For full week-long festival schedule and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.gifilmfestival.com.
Military discounts available.