Now playing: Online screenings to support the Wex

Melissa Starker, Creative Content & PR Manager

Apr 03, 2020

White text on blue background with the Wexner Center Film/Video tagline Film Lives Here

We're excited to share two more new films presented for two weeks in partnership with indie distributors, each of them committed to working with film presentation partners online while theaters are dark. Follow the links to buy your tickets—each purchase will support the Wex and its programming.

Premiering today: Slay the Dragon

A group of protesters picketing against gerrymandering in a scene from the documentary Slay the Dragon

Image courtesy of Magnolia Pictures

"Directors Chris Durrance and Barak Goodman open their deep dive into political gerrymandering with a quote from Founding Father John Adams about democracies and suicide. They then spend almost two hours making the case that time is running short for America to prove Adams wrong."—Columbus Underground

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Premiering today: Sorry We Missed You

Director Ken Loach on the set of his 2020 film Sorry We Missed You

Filmmaker Ken Loach on the set of Sorry We Missed You, courtesy of Zeitgeist Films

"It’s fierce, open and angry, unironised and unadorned, about a vital contemporary issue whose implications you somehow don’t hear on the news."—The Guardian

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Held over through April 9: Vitalina Varela

A scene from the film Vita Varelina

Image courtesy of Grasshopper Film

"Should you surrender yourself to the film’s beautiful cinematography and whispered musings, you’ll find a breathtakingly gorgeous movie about love, death and immigration."—

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