Linklater’s update of the 1976 comedy Bad News Bears stars Billy Bob Thornton as Buttermaker, a washed-up, alcoholic, former minor-league baseball player who coaches a team of hapless Little Leaguers.
If you're looking for films that are new and different, rare and classic, or just too edgy for the average multiplex, head to the Wexner Center. Here you'll find a year-round festival of independent filmmaking, international cinema, new documentaries, and classics from the familiar to the forgotten. Hear visiting filmmakers discuss their works, or watch for new projects from our Film/Video Studio Program in The Box, our screening space for video.
Most evening screenings begin at 7 PM; check individual listings for specific information about that title. Screenings in The Box run continuously seven days a week (unless otherwise noted, Mon-Wed: 9 AM-6 PM; Thu-Fri: 9 AM-8 PM; Sat: 10 AM-8 PM; Sun: 11 AM-6 PM).
$8 general public
$6 Wexner Center members,
students, senior citizens
$6 children under 12
(unless otherwise indicated)
The Wexner Center's Film/Video Studio Program offers filmmakers and artists working in residence access to a state-of-the-art video studio and editing suite.
Film Perks for Members
Wexner Center members save on film tickets and enjoy member-only film screenings, as well as select free screenings at the Gateway Film Center, just a few blocks south of the Wexner Center. Click here for details on becoming a member.
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FILM/VIDEO PROGRAMS
Rohauer Collection Foundation
GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT FOR THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
The Wexner Center also receives support from the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation and Wexner Center members.