You are here

Film/Video

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat

June 1–June 2
Film/Video Theater
As a counterpoint to the countless saintly and iconic portraits of the painter, Boom for Real focuses on the five years before Jean-Michel Basquiat became an artworld superstar.

Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach

June 5
Film/Video Theater
On its 50th anniversary, Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach still remains ahead of its time and holds its place as one of the most singular and radical movies about music ever made.

Sollers Point

June 8–June 9
Film/Video Theater
Over the last decade, Matt Porterfield has carved out a place as one of today’s most distinctive independent filmmakers.

Misery

June 14
Wexner Center Plaza
Amid the welcome resurgence of Stephen King adaptations, it’s a great time to return to one of the best—yet rarely revived—movies based on his writing. Misery sees a popular author (played by James Caan at his most smart-talking) fortunately rescued from a car crash by a devoted fan (Kathy Bates in...

Filmworker

June 15–June 16
Film/Video Theater
Few filmmakers hold such a titanic place in history and yet revealed so little of themselves as Stanley Kubrick. The revelatory new documentary Filmworker both uncovers new aspects of Kubrick’s life and work and reveals an unassuming figure who made that life and work possible.

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

Sign up to receive center event updates directly in your inbox.

Enjoy an array of benefits including free gallery admission, ticket discounts, and more.

Find us, follow us, and continue the conversation wherever you are online.

Your support makes a meaningful difference!