- “Best Of” Oscar Shorts – Encore Screening.
- Can We All Get Along – The future of public education in our community.
- EO – Oscar Nominee, Best International Film.
- Other Cinema in the community.
The quality of the Oscar Shorts and extending the run to four weekends drove a large increase in attendance this year. THANK YOU everyone who came and for enthusiastically spreading the word.
If you missed any of the three short film programs, check out our “Best Of” the Oscar Shorts Encore Screening. We will show the three Oscar winners – The Elephant Whisperers; The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse; and An Irish Goodbye. Plus, we will include two humorous Cincinnati audience favorites – Night Ride and My Year of Dicks.
One-night-only, March 21, 6:30 pm. Film info and tickets here.
How do we achieve well-funded and diverse public education in light of increasing segregation in schools? Is “school choice” really a choice?
You are invited to attend the documentary film Can We All Get Along? by Pablo Miralles, followed by public discussion featuring the director and local panelists Bella Frueh, Ashley Glass and Emily Moores. Together, we will explore the complicated circumstances and challenges ahead. Your participation and comments are welcome ‐ let us hear your voice!
Tickets are $5.00 and $10.00, event details and tickets.
* Date Change: CWAGA was originally scheduled for a second screening on Tuesday March 28, but the Garfield Theatre will be closed for structural repairs on that date. An on-campus screening with the director will take place at 3:20 pm that same day at NKU with attendance limited to university faculty, staff and students.
EO is an emotional, poetic work, a metaphorical vision of the world – made out of love for nature and animals, giving a voice to the voiceless. The story gives us a new way of seeing the world from a curious donkey’s point of view in a film that chronicles nature’s beauty alongside human kindness and cruelty.
In this powerful drama, EO (a Sardinian donkey) is the protagonist, not the humans he encounters. With excellent production values – concept, writing, direction, cinematography, editing and score – the striking visuals and minimal dialogue place the viewer directly in the heart and mind of our furry four-legged hero.
EO has consistently captivated audiences at screenings everywhere, evidenced by popular acclaim in the American heartland and around the world, Jury Prize win at Cannes, Oscar nomination for Best International Film, and multiple critic picks as a top-ten film of the year.
Tickets are $8.00 and $12.00, Trailer, event details and tickets.
The French film festival has returned to NKU, now renamed the Albertine Cinémathèque Festival of French Films. Supported by a grant from the French American Cultural Exchange, this year’s festival features five recent films and one classic each shown in the NKU’s Griffin Hall Digitorium.
Free admission. Film titles, guest speakers and event details.