Essay

Woof!: Making The Werewolf of Washington

By Milton Moses Ginsberg

The long, bumpy road from crazy idea to the release of a definitive version nearly 50 years later, as told by the film’s writer/director.

Interview

Milton Moses Ginsberg

By Steven Mears

The director of the satirical Watergate-era chiller The Werewolf of Washington considers the nexus of horror and politics, and recalls his attempt to exorcise personal and national demons with his camera.

Past Screening

The Werewolf of Washington:
The Director’s Cut

Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg

Nearly 40 years after its initial release, Ginsberg presents a new, improved version of his film that mixes ’70s political paranoia and classic monster movies.

Last available Nov 1 2020