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Film

Film

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


Amber Hunt, New York Times-bestselling author, host and co-producer of the podcast, Accused.

Amber Hunt, New York Times-bestselling author, host and co-producer of the podcast, Accused.

True Crime

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

Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Amber Hunt joins us to discuss her wildly successful “true crime” podcast Accused.  Along with co-producer Amanda Rossmann, Hunt embarked upon a year-long investigation into the 1978 murder of Miami University (Ohio) student Elizabeth Andes and the innocent verdict delivered in the trial of her boyfriend Bob Young.  Was the right person charged, or did the killer go free?  Hunt is a New York Times bestselling author who has covered crime for the Detroit Free Press and the Associated Press and as appeared on NBC’s Dateline and A&E’s Crime Stories.  (Program app. 90 mins)

Followed by a screening of The Central Park Five, the riveting documentary which chronicles 1989’s horrific attack on a female jogger in Central Park, the sensational coverage in the press, the wrongful conviction of five juveniles (all people of color), and their eventual exoneration when the guilty party confessed. (119 mins)

From The Central Park Five (courtesy of Florentine Films).

From The Central Park Five (courtesy of Florentine Films).


From the film, Now he's out in public and everyone can see, courtesy Icarus Films.

From the film, Now he's out in public and everyone can see, courtesy Icarus Films.

Polyphonic Portraits of a New America

Friday, May 12 | 7pm | Wexner Center for the Arts

 “An absolutely staggering work of art.”Los Angeles Times on Now he’s out in public…

Comprising two short films by acclaimed artist Natalie Bookchin, Polyphonic Portraits of a New America is a major work by a deft and innovative artist attuned to the rhythms and tropes of a deeply divided America. Made up entirely of clips from online sources, the intricately edited Now he’s out in public and everyone can see explores questions of racism and racial identity in the post-Obama world, while Long Story Short layers firsthand accounts of poverty using an original multi-image editing technique. (70 mins., DCP)


Found Footage Festival

Saturday, May 13 | 8pm | Wexner Center for the Arts | 7pm Reception

(Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher in person)

Joe Pickett (The Onion) and Nick Prueher (Late Show with David Letterman) return with an all-new edition of the Found Footage Festival, featuring newly unearthed VHS gems found at thrift stores across the country. This year’s program includes the 1980s-era Law Enforcement Guide to Satanic Cults; outtakes and on-air bloopers from over 10 years of North Dakota local news; a star-studded Desert Storm parade sponsored by Taco Bell; and highlights from David Letterman’s video collection. (program approx. 90 mins., video)