This update is from Kevin Ward, GM at the Landmark’s Gateway Theater:
“We plan to have our first CineMUSEica here at the Gateway on Wednesday, February 25th. In order to have enough time to create this program we will be having an organizational meeting on Thursday, January 8th at 8:30pm at the Gateway Theater. I suggest you bring a sample of your work just in case we have the option to pair groups together. We will be covering all the logistics & the parameters you will have to work with as well as audio and video formatting.”
Our second film in the Ohio Political Series (OH!PoliticalFilms?) is the smashing documentary How Ohio Pulled It Off. See how Ohio was the lynchpin for 2004’s election shenanigans. We’re excited to be hosted by Studio 35 and we’re expecting some local celebs to be in the house, along with some film participants, political organizers, and I’m sure some rabid obsessives. With all of the energy surrounding this year’s election, I’m guessing this event is going to be as much of a rally as a screening. Show up and make sure your faction is repped.
DETAILS: Thursday, Oct.2, 7pm, Studio 35, admission $5
Peter John Ross‘s Cowtown Film Series , weekly screenings of features made by Ohio filmmakers, continues at The Screens Movie Theater at The Continent this Thursday, September 18th, @ 7 PM. They will be showing The Courier, by Mark Bursen and Greg Sabo. $3 admission, or $10 for a pass to all screenings. The series continues until November 13th.
Click here for a trailer of The Courier.
If you missed the first film in the series, Goodnight Cleveland, here’s what Peter John Ross had to say about the event: “Goodnight Cleveland took 12 years to be completed… the audience was moved by producer/actor George Caleodis‘s Q&A session and his self-deprecating honesty and genuine passion for seeing this film through to completion.”
The Screens theater is located at 6360 Bush Blvd., Columbus, OH, 614- 318-0550.