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Ex Libris: New York Public Library
Sept 21–Sept 24
Film/Video Theater
Over the course of 50 years and 42 films, Frederick Wiseman has become our most dedicated and essential filmic chronicler of American life and institutions—as well as one of the most-shown filmmakers in the Wexner Center’s history (including a memorable retrospective and visit in 2006).
While We Live
Sept 26
Film/Video Theater
The comedy While We Live tells the story of a Gambian woman who, after living in Sweden for 30 years, decides to move back to her home country with her son, a promising hip-hop artist.
Experimental Animation
Sept 28
Film/Video Theater
Acclaimed artist/animators Lilli Carré and Alexander Stewart present a program of their short experimental animations, created both individually and as a team, including Crux Film (2013), Here There (2015), Jill (2016), and Tap Water (2017).
Window Horses
Sept 28
Film/Video Theater
Ann Marie Fleming’s animated Window Horses tells the funny and poignant story of Rosie (voiced by Sandra Oh), the Canadian daughter of a Chinese mother and Iranian father who miraculously finds herself and her teenage verse invited to an international poetry festival in Tehran.

Spotlight on Chris Ware

Sept 29
Film/Video Theater, Wexner Center Store
Renowned cartoonist Chris Ware, creator of The Acme Novelty Library (1993–present) and Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth (2000), visits in conjunction with the release of his latest book, Monograph (2017). A book signing follows in the Wexner...

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