We're thrilled to announce that the Cathedral's documentary film about the new Now and Forever windows will headline the DC Black History Film Festival!

Tickets are available now for the two-day festival at DC’s historic Lincoln Theater on Feb. 9.

The 20-minute film, produced by Matt Echave and Bryan Washington, chronicles the 70-year journey to install the new windows by Kerry James Marshall, which replaced windows that honored Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

Of course, you can watch the film, “Now and Forever: A Story of Freedom on the Move,” on demand on our website, but we’re really excited about seeing the film begin its way through the film festival circuit, and we hope to see you there.

Congrats to Matt and Bryan the entire windows team!


Kevin Eckstrom

Chief Public Affairs Officer

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