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The Virgin Spring

July 19
Film/Video Theater

“Bergman’s masterwork, the most lyrical, the most compassionate, the most selfless of his films.”—Vernon Young

Winner of an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, The Virgin Spring is a harrowing tale of rape, murder, faith, revenge, and savagery set in medieval...


July 19
Wexner Center Plaza
A generation before Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, Tim Burton put his offbeat, personal spin on the caped crusader in Batman.


July 20–July 21
Film/Video Theater
A revealing look at life under a theocracy, Ava tells the gripping coming-of-age story of a bright, 16-year-old girl trying to navigate Iran’s social restrictions and her suspicious, intrusive mother.


July 21
Film/Video Theater

“Its modernist strategies make most of the stuff you go to see on a Friday night…seem lazy, stretched-out, old-fashioned, and dangerously safe.”—Anthony Lane, New Yorker

Full of iconic images by cinematographer Sven Nykvist, Persona remains as visionary and radical...


July 24
Film/Video Theater
When Christiano, a Brazilian factory worker, collapses on the job, a young man is sent to his house to gather his things.

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