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Film

Film

Brought to you in cooperation and coordination with the Wexner Center for the Arts, host of all Film events of The Flyover Fest.


 Still from Guy Maddin's  The Green Fog , courtesy of Balcony Releasing Ltd.

Still from Guy Maddin's The Green Fog, courtesy of Balcony Releasing Ltd.

Guy Maddin in person!

The Green Fog (2017)

Friday, May 11 | 7pm | Wexner Center for the Arts

“It’s hard to know just what to compare this hour-long fantasia to, except perhaps to Christian Marclay’s legendary 24-hour collage piece The Clock (2010), in which the minutes and hours of the day are marked out in sampled fragments from countless films.” – Jonathan Romney, Film Comment

Best known for his cinematic alchemies conjured from an alternative film history including Archangel (1990), Careful (1992), and The Heart of the World (2000), Guy Maddin returns to the Wex with The Green Fog, a delirious reconstruction of Hitchcock’s Vertigo comprised of San Francisco footage from other films and television programs. The result is a loving, if irreverent, Maddinesque tribute to both a city and a cherished film.  Maddin received a 2008-09 Residency Award in Film/Video that supported the production of 2011’s Keyhole. (63 mins, DCP)


 Still from the film  Edward II  by Derek Jarman, courtesy Film Movement.

Still from the film Edward II by Derek Jarman, courtesy Film Movement.

Edward II (Derek Jarman, 1991)

Saturday, May 12 | 5:30pm | Wexner Center for the Arts

See one of the landmark films of the early 1990’s New Queer Cinema in a new restoration! Derek Jarman’s postmodern take on the Christopher Marlowe play follows King Edward II (Steven Waddington) whose obsession with lover Piers Gaveston (Andrew Tiernan) leads to the violent downfall of both. With Jarman muse Tilda Swinton as the spurned Queen Isabella. Featuring a rare cinematic turn by Annie Lennox! (87 mins, DCP)