Things To Do in DC This Week (May 15-17)

FILM The 27th Annual Washington Jewish Film Fest kicks off on Wednesday and runs through May 28. It’ll feature nearly 100 films, including WJFF classics (the 45th anniversary presentation of Cabaret) and newer works such as 2016’s On the Map (a documentary about the 1977 Maccabee Tel-Aviv basketball team) and the mid-Atlantic premiere of The Bloom of Yesterday (a story about the working relationship between a German Holocaust researcher—and grandson of a Nazi war criminal—and his young Jewish intern). $175 (festival pass) or $13 to $30 (individual films), times vary.

Read more at Washingtonian.