Cracks

Film/Video

Images courtesy IFC Films.

Cracks

Jordan Scott, 2009

Wex at Gateway

Join us at the Gateway Film Center (located in the South Campus Gateway, just three blocks to our south) where we program a different exceptional independent or international title for a run of at least two weeks each month. Wexner Center members pay member pricing for all Wex at Gateway screenings—and save on most other movies at Gateway too.

Fri, Apr 1, 2011
Sat, Apr 2, 2011
Sun, Apr 3, 2011
Mon, Apr 4, 2011
Tue, Apr 5, 2011
Wed, Apr 6, 2011
Thu, Apr 7, 2011

"An impressive, sensual, erotically charged debut! A mesmerizing tale of infatuation, jealousy, and betryal."—BBC Radio Times

Cracks, the dazzling debut film from Jordan Scott (daughter of legendary director Ridley Scott), stars Eva Green (The Dreamers, Casino Royale) as Miss G, a glamorous force in an idyllic British boarding school. The school's most elite clique, led by Di (Juno Temple from Kaboom), rules the school and competes for the attention of Miss G, who thrives on the girls' fascination and eggs them on with lessons in a scandalously liberated world view. But, when a beautiful Spanish girl named Fiamma appears at the school, the girls are immediately threatened by the outsider's perfect allure. Even Miss G, who loved being the most glamorous presence in her girls' lives, becomes obsessed with, threatened, and tantalized by Fiamma.

An official selection at the Toronto and London Film Festivals, Cracks is an elaborate drama teeming with psycho-sexual intrigue, featuring a terrific young cast and a blistering performance from Eva Green. Coproduced by Christine Vachon. (99 mins., HD video)

Saintseneca

No tickets remain for Columbus-based indie-folk band Saintseneca, who will celebrate their Dark Arc album release at the Wex on Apr 19.

Hateship Loveship

Join us on May 2 as director Liza Johnson introduces a special advance screening of her new film Hateship Loveship (starring Kristen Wiig).