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Ohio 24-Hour Horror Marathon

Anne Evans Anne Evans Ohio 24-Hour Horror Marathon

SHOCK AROUND THE CLOCK, the 11th Annual Ohio 24-Hour Horror Marathon (Noon, Saturday October 12, 2019 until Noon, Sunday October 13, 2019 at the Drexel Theatre)! We’re pleased to welcome MICHAEL GORNICK (Director of Photography for CREEPSHOW, DAWN OF THE DEAD, DAY OF THE DEAD, and more) as this year’s Guest of Honor! In addition […]

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Independent Reel: Delight in the Mountain with filmmaker Nella Citino

  Independent Reel: Delight in the Mountain with filmmaker Nella Citino

Independent Reel: Delight in the Mountain with filmmaker Nella Citino Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 | 2–4 p.m. CCAD Canzani Center Screening Room 60 Cleveland Ave. Columbus College of Art & Design Film & Video Chair and Professor Nella Citino kicks off Independent Reel, a new CCAD series showcasing work by independent filmmakers and appearances by […]

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Space, Class and Carnage in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Space, Class and Carnage in Theaters

TV’s most acclaimed program (wait, is that true?!) comes to the big screen, but can it outdraw Brad Pitt in zero gravity or Stallone in a MAGA hat? We shall see. Ad Astra by George Wolf In a near future world full of wondrous space travel, the presence of t-shirt vendors and war zones on […]

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Wow, That’s a Lot of Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Wow, That’s a Lot of Movies

So, last weekend basically one movie came out. Hollywood is making up for that dearth this weekend. At last count, four hundred million movies. The nutty thing is that most of them are really good. If you can’t find something to interest you this weekend, you are one picky viewer. Here’s the scoop. Hustlers by […]

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Jennifer Reeder Brings Feature Knives and Skin to Wex

Hope Madden Hope Madden Jennifer Reeder Brings Feature Knives and Skin to Wex

Filmmaker and Columbus native Jennifer Reeder returns to the Wexner Center for the Arts Friday, September 13 to screen her first feature, Knives and Skin. The film has been picked up for distribution by IFC Midnight after its successful festival run, landing screenings at the Berlin Film Festival, Tribeca, Fantasia, Fantastic Fest and Deauville American […]

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Ohio Native Brings Award-Winning Indie to Columbus

Hope Madden Hope Madden Ohio Native Brings Award-Winning Indie to Columbus

The Peanut Butter Falcon, a Twain-esque dramedy about a young man with Down syndrome who escapes his residential nursing home with the dream of breaking into professional wrestling, is hardly your run-of-the-mill blockbuster. Cincinnati native and film producer David Thies realized that from the start. Almost the start. Owner of the production and production services […]

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$40 Mil Motion Picture Tax Credit Saved

Hope Madden Hope Madden $40 Mil Motion Picture Tax Credit Saved

Earlier this year, the Greater Columbus Film Commission was hoping to convince legislature to increase — perhaps even double — the state’s $40 million motion picture tax credit, a tax rebate meant to attract film and media projects. Much to the surprise of John Daugherty, Executive Director of the film commission, the credit was instead […]

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