JXJ FESTIVAL: There’s no shortage of movies playing around D.C. this weekend thanks to the Jewish Film and Music Festival, taking over Bethesda Row Cinema, Cinema Arts Theatre and the JCC for the next ten days. A documentary on a mass shooting, a love story set in 1960s Poland, and a drama that unfolds in central Italy in the late 1930s are among this weekend’s options. (Various locations; through May 21; $15+)

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