You are here

Medea

Film/Video

Medea
Medea
Image courtesy of Swank Films
Medea
Medea
Image courtesy of Swank Films
Medea
Medea

Medea

(Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1969)

Thu, Feb 13, 2014 7 PM

Starring opera legend Maria Callas in her only film role (she doesn’t sing), Medea takes its plot from the Euripides classic and is set amidst the early Christian churches in the Göreme region of Turkey. (110 mins., 35mm)

Join Louis-Georges Schwartz prior to the film for "Medea 1969, or Women’s Self-Abolition in the Years of Lead," a free lecture on the film in the context of Italian feminism and the women’s struggle within militant movements between 1969 and 1978.

PARKING UPDATE: Construction at 15th and High. For more information click here.

Receive event information, news, and discounts in your inbox.

Become a member of the Wexner Center for the Arts and take advantage of an array of benefits.

Hours

Galleries

12 PM - 12 PM
CLOSED UNTIL SEPT. 15

Information Desk

12 PM - 7 PM

Cafe

Closed

Wexner Center Store

12 PM - 7 PM