The Reichstag is not the biggest thing ever wrapped by conceptual artist Christo, but it may be the most disturbingly evocative. Even as it’s remade for its new role in a dramatically changed Berlin, the structure remains vividly associated with the Nazi era—as it was four years ago, when Christo’s project turned a different sort of spotlight on Germany’s once and future capital. Jörg Daniel Hissen and Wolfram Hissen documented Christo’s undertaking with The Wrapped Reichstag, a feature-length film that explores the scheme’s conception as well as its powerful appeal to both the public and the media. For this Washington premiere, Christo and his partner Jeanne-Claude will be joined by Wolfram Hissen to discuss the film, the work it documents, and general questions about Christo’s career as a wrapper. At 3:30 p.m. at the National Gallery of Art’s East Building Auditorium, 4th & Constitution Ave. NW. Free. (202) 842-6799. (Mark Jenkins)