The Time We Killed
Jennifer Reeves Jennifer Reeves, 2004
Today’s most engaging and inventive directors, producers, and film professionals join us to introduce their work and answer questions after most screenings.
The debut feature of avant-garde veteran (and Ohio-raised) Jennifer Reeves combines elements of experimental, narrative, and documentary techniques to create a truly lyrical example of personal storytelling.
In The Time We Killed, Reeves burrows into the perspective of a reclusive woman (poet Lisa Jarnot) who tries to ignore the world outside of her New York apartment. But images from the past and current world events (from 9/11 to the war in Iraq) cause her to confront and fight her growing agoraphobia. Shot on a mix of 16mm and digital video, the brilliantly textured film has achieved extraordinary acclaim for such a radically experimental work and has won major prizes at the Berlin and Tribeca Film Festivals. (94 mins.)
Season support provided by the Rohauer Collection Foundation and the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation.
Contemporary films, international films, and visiting filmmakers presented with support from the Ohio Arts Council.
Admission$6 students (tickets required)