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    Sustainable Fashion, Gentrification + Urban Design: National Building Museum Hosts Architecture & Design Film Festival

    From January 26-29, the National Building Museum (NBM) will present the fifth annual Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF), featuring 16 films that explore issues of gentrification, sustainability and other topics pertinent to the D.C. development landscape.

    “This is an international festival that goes all throughout North America on an annual basis, and the films focus on design in the broad sense — things like fashion, architecture and urban planning,” says Jacquelyn Sawyer, vice president of education and engagement at the National Building Museum. “We’re really excited to be hosting again in D.C.”

    Over the course of the festival, a diverse selection of films from 11 countries will be shown that look at design’s impact — environmentally and culturally — and at the worlds of fashion, real estate, art, architecture, urban planning and housing. There will…

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