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Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Anne Evans Anne Evans Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Once named “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” Hedy Lamarr was synonymous with classic Hollywood glamour for her appearances in films such as Algiers (1938), White Cargo (1942), and Samson and Delilah (1949). But offscreen, the Austrian Jewish émigré was a technical visionary whose inventions in wireless communication (uncredited during her lifetime) helped lead […]

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Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Anne Evans Anne Evans Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Once named “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” Hedy Lamarr was synonymous with classic Hollywood glamour for her appearances in films such as Algiers (1938), White Cargo (1942), and Samson and Delilah (1949). But offscreen, the Austrian Jewish émigré was a technical visionary whose inventions in wireless communication (uncredited during her lifetime) helped lead […]

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Jungle, Snow and Fire – Weekend Movies Have it All

Hope Madden Hope Madden Jungle, Snow and Fire – Weekend Movies Have it All

If you can’t find a movie to watch this weekend, you’re not looking hard enough. The Wexner Center for the Arts compels interest with their first ever documentary festival, Unorthodocs!, and Nightmares Film Festival unspools the scares at Gateway Film Center all weekend. Plus, Ai Weiwei has a miraculous documentary for you, a new Michael […]

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Film Festival: Unorthodocs

Anne Evans Anne Evans Film Festival: Unorthodocs

The Wex is thrilled to introduce Unorthodocs., a new festival celebrating the inspiring, illuminating, and intriguing possibilities of nonfiction filmmaking. Often classified as its own self-contained genre, documentaries have as many subcategories as fiction filmmaking (essay films, observational docs, issue films, and the increasingly prominent hybrid fiction/documentary, to name just a few). In the midst […]

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Documentary Festival Comes to the Wex

Hope Madden Hope Madden Documentary Festival Comes to the Wex

The Wexner Center for the Arts, whose documentary programming has become a cornerstone of the film/video department, turns their passion for nonfiction storytelling into a film center festival. Unorthodocs!, a four-day slate of documentaries, opens its doors for the first time Thursday, October 19. “It’s kind of been building for a little while,” explains Chris […]

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Groundhogs, Supremes, Chans and Wonder Women at the Box Office

Hope Madden Hope Madden Groundhogs, Supremes, Chans and Wonder Women at the Box Office

What to do, now that baseball season’s over? Besides weep, I mean? Well, there are about 100 new movies out this weekend — you can try that. A couple of intriguing historical biopics, one Jackie-Chan-as-Liam-Neeson flick, plus this year’s fourth Groundhog Day ripoff. Happy Death Day Happy Death Day, or Groundhog Day meets Scream, does […]

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Shocking Around the Clock in Bexley this Weekend

Hope Madden Hope Madden Shocking Around the Clock in Bexley this Weekend

The time has come again to test your mettle and stay up for 24 solid hours of blood spilling, victim-killing mayhem. Running from noon on Saturday, October 14 to noon(ish) on Sunday, October 15, Shock Around the Clock returns this weekend to Bexley’s Drexel Theatre, so gird your loins. Once again the brainchild of Bruce […]

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