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(Nov. 30-Dec. 17) INTERPRETING LIKENESS Ten photographers team up with ten visual artists to tinker with portraiture in Likeness at Honfleur Gallery in Southeast Washington. The photographers handed original portraits over to the visual artists for liberal renditions. You can see the results today through Dec. 17.

(Dec. 1-26) A WRINKLE IN TIME A Wrinkle in Time opens tomorrow at Bethesda's Round House Theatre. Adolescents transcend both time and space to rescue a family member from evil forces in the sci-fi production that plays until the end of December.

(Dec. 2-12) JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL And the 21st Washington Jewish Film Festival gets underway Thursday at Silver Spring's AFI, D.C.'s Jewish Community Center and a number of other venues in Washington and Maryland. More than 50 new and award-winning films are screened through Dec. 12, beginning with France's World War II drama The Round Up tonight at The Avalon in Northwest.

Background music: Aao Twist Karen by R.D. Burman

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