Film/Video

Sounding Glass
Nov 5

While on a research trip in Berlin, artist, critic, curator, and Columbus-native Caroline Koebel assembled a provocative blend of nine contemporary experimental films, including work by the late luminary Harun Farocki, Berlinale Silver Bear Jury Prize Short Film recipient...

Nov 6

In 1991, the televised coverage of Anita Hill testifying that Supreme Court–nominee Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her riveted the nation and mobilized activism around sexual harassment; this new documentary sheds light on the important legacy of those hearings.

Marilyn Myller
Nov 7

This traveling program includes highlights from the 2014 Ottawa International Animation Festival and displays the wide array of styles and subjects being explored by animators from around the world.

Nov 8

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Venice, Stray Dogs is a haunting, audacious tale of existence on the margins of Taipei from the great Tsai Ming-liang (What Time Is It There?, Goodbye, Dragon Inn).

Nov 9

"A work by Picasso created before our very eyes! That is a miracle that, if need be, would justify the greatness of cinema."—François Truffaut

Clouzot’s dreamlike documentary The Mystery of Picasso captures the great master at work, providing a revealing and thrilling look...