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On the cover of this week’s Washington City Paper is our massive look at Filmfest D.C., which this year has placed an emphasis on comedy (and revealed something about itself in the process). Tricia Olszewski leads the arts section with reviews of films about preppy seclusion and the Babylon of geekdom: Damsels in Distress and Comic-Con IV: A Fan’s Hope. Lydia DePillis reviews the first single-author book about the Occupy Wall Street movement, 99 Nights With the 99 Percent. Chris Klimek finds himself chilled by Arena Stage’s harrowing production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill. Kriston Capps uses the magnifying glass at the Sackler Gallery’s “Hokusai: 36 Views of Mount Fuji.” And in One Track Mind, Reese Higgins chats with local art-rockers Silo Halo.