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Director to Introduce Harvard-Yale Film March 20

Thu, Mar 19, 2009

Director Kevin Rafferty will be at the Wexner Center on Friday, March 20 to introduce our first screening of Harvard Beats Yale 29-29. Praised by the New Yorker as a "fascinating feat of cultural archeology," the film recounts a thrilling game from 1968. It captures one of greatest contests in the long-running Ivy League rivalry and a moment when both teams and both schools were full of talented students who went to fame in arenas from acting to pro football to politics. Also attending the screening will be Upper Arlington native and former Harvard fullback Gus Crim, who is featured in the film. An encore screening is March 21.

Belle and Sebastian

Belle and Sebastian headline Next@Wex Fest at the LC Outdoor Pavilion on June 14; the lineup also includes Jungle and Son Lux.

Hard to Be a God

Don't miss what Cinema Scope calls a "beautiful, brilliant…message from another time": Aleksei German's Hard to Be a God, screening Tuesday, May 26.