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    The Quay Brothers wish you a Happy Halloween straight from our Film/Video Studio where they're putting the finishing touches on their newest short film (which world premieres here 11/2).

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    Halloween night: it's all treats (for real, we'll have candy) and no tricks. The great Quay Brothers visit to introduce Tod Browning's legendary cult classic FREAKS.

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    Our Director of Film/Video, Dave Filipi, talks about his work. Perhaps the only interview you'll hear Bill "Spaceman" Lee and Milos Forman mentioned in the same breath.

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    On the occasion of our This is Your Life screening about baseball great, our Director of Film/Video Dave Filipi spoke with HOMAGE founder Ryan Vesler about sports, video games, and more.

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    The Ohio Shorts Youth Division is right around the corner (Monday, April 15 to be precise). Great work from film- and video-artists under the age of 18 from around the state.

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    Safe (Todd Haynes, 1995) Fri, Apr 5, 2013 7 PM Voted “Best Film of the Decade” in a 1999 Village Voice Film Poll, Safe details a wealthy suburban housewife’s physical and psychological breakdown as she develops multiple chemical sensitivities. Through a masterfully ambiguous and unsettling tone, the film upends the conventions of both “disease of the week” and psychological/environmental horror movies. Julianne Moore stars, in a defining performance.

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    Kalpana (Uday Shankar, 1948) Fri, Mar 29, 2013 7 PM Sat, Mar 30, 2013 7 PM Uday Shankar, the brother of the great Indian musician Ravi Shankar, was one of the central figures in the history of Indian dance, combining classical forms with Western techniques. The largely autobiographical Kalpana tells the story of a dancer who dreams of forming his own academy in the Himalayas. (155 mins, DCP)

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    The Waiting Room Introduced by Peter Nicks (Peter Nicks, 2012) Thu, Mar 21, 2013 | 7:00PM Film/Video Theater Equal parts inspiring and sobering, The Waiting Room goes behind the scenes at Oakland’s safety-net facility, Highland Hospital, to chronicle the frustrations of patients, practitioners, and staff as they collectively attempt to mediate the limits of our health care system. (81 mins., HDCAM)

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    Wu Tsang Introduces Wildness Fri, Mar 8, 2013 | 7:00PM Film/Video Theater This tribute to community, creativity, and dignity documents (with magic realist touches) Los Angeles’s historic Silver Platter, an LGBT-friendly bar that has catered to Latino immigrants since 1963. Centered on the group of young, queer artists of color (including Tsang and DJs Nguzunguzu and Total Freedom) who organize the bar’s weekly performance-art party...

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    A Tribute to the Nicholas Brothers - Introduced by Film Forum’s Bruce Goldstein Thu, Mar 7, 2013 | 7:00PM “Grab any opportunity to see the brothers’ work you can, because not much of it is available.”—Reel Culture (Smithsonian Magazine blog) This dazzling program pays tribute to two of the 20th century’s greatest dancers and entertainers: the fabulous and impossible to categorize Nicholas Brothers, Fayard (1914–2006) and Harold (1921–2000).

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    Preview of our Field & Screen film series in the latest issue of 614 Magazine. Field & Screen runs the entire month of February.

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    Lawrence of Arabia, 4K restoration

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    It's back! Our annual Ohio Shorts showcase of work by Ohio-based film and video makers is around the corner and we begin accepting entries on January 7.

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    Lists! Members of our Film/Video staff pick their favorite films and film experiences from 2012. Check it out below and then submit your list!

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    Oscar winning costume designer James Acheson pays us a visit on January 19. He's best known for his work on Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, Dr. Who, Highlander, Restoration, Dangerous Liaisons, Brazil, and the upcoming Superman epic.

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    ZOOM Family Festival is back! November 29-December 2.

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    Totoro watches over Clintonville! Our Studio Ghibli billboard, currently up at Kelso and High Streets in Columbus. Ghibli series runs through December 1.

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    The great Harry Belafonte in a Q & A with the Columbus Dispatch. Belafonte is in conversation at the Wex on October 26.

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    Check out this profile of filmmaker Ira Sachs. He's here 10/11 to introduce his latest film, KEEP THE LIGHTS ON.

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    Go behind the scenes of the Hollywood animation industry with a visit from Steve Martino, an Ohio State grad and director, who has been at the fore of computer animation for the last 3 decades.

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    Sept. 27-29, 2012 A key figure in the New American Cinema movement of the 1950s and 1960s, Shirley Clarke is again being recognized for her vital role after years of critical neglect. These screenings are part of Milestone Films’ four-year-long “Project Shirley,” an effort to bring the best versions of her films to the public by partnering with archives from around the world.

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    Guy Maddin writes to us about KEYHOLE and his work in the Wexner Center Residency Program.

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    Three of our curators--Dave Filipi, Bill Horrigan, and Chris Stults--took part in "Sight & Sound's" once-a-decade "greatest films" poll. The always intriguing list is one of the most talked about moments in the film world, and we're thrilled that our curators were asked to participate. Find out what made their lists and get some context on what this year's choices mean.

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    Everyone who gets a ticket to our July 31 visit from the legendary Quay Brothers will get this free limited edition print designed by the Wex's Chris Jones and printed at Logan Elm Press. Tickets moving.

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    Read all about it: excellent overview of our Marilyn Monroe series in the latest issue of the "Columbus Dispatch." Series begins July 6 with "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."

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