The private life of the creative genius who articulated the
madness of his times with extraordinary clarity and wit
— whose worldview, art and politics were far ahead of
their time, profoundly relevant in our challenging world.
WBCN and the American Revolution, plus livestream discussion with Bill Lichtenstein and Tom Sandman.
World of Wong Kar Wai
A retrospective, available seperately and as a package, including the best works by contemporary cinema’s supreme rhapsodist of romantic longing.
Some Kind of Heaven, plus livestream discussion.
From Sundance 2021, A Glitch in the Matrix, plus post-film discussion with Director Rodney Ascher.
Stray, winner Best Doc, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. plus livestream discussion.
What Makes CWC Unique?
CWC patrons describe our volunteers as welcoming and professional. They are talented, successful people who care about cinema and the community.
Unique Film Community
Our programming resonates with cinema buffs and mainstream viewers alike, nourishing intellectual curiosity with films for grown-ups.
Affordable & Accessible
We offer reasonably priced tickets and concessions. ADA acessible. Parking is convenient and affordable; with many good restaurants nearby.
Curated Film Selection
We select, screen and discuss high quality films that would otherwise bypass the Cincinnati area.
CWC presents films at The Garfield Theatre, built in 1970 as a single-screen art house, previously known as the The Place, the Movieola, and the Reel Movies.
Adding value to viewers’ experience, we often host post-film discussions featuring filmmakers, CWC staff and/or local authorities familiar with the subject matter.