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What started off as nothing more than a repeated joke had given way to a full-fledged trilogy with the simple reference to a brand of convenience store ice cream cone. Experience the whole trilogy again, complete with aforementioned frozen confections, topping it off with Edgar Wright’s latest, Baby Driver, opening JUNE 27 at 7:00 p.m.
The Film Festival of Columbus (FFOCOL) will return for an exciting sixth year to the Gateway Film Center, June 15-18. The festival aims to bring people together, showcasing seasoned and rising filmmakers and extraordinary work from around the world all while raising awareness of Columbus and central Ohio as a filmmaking destination.
FFOCOL (pronounced FOCAL) is a new breed of film festival for Columbus and the Midwest. The festival was created to foster a community that is more engaged, aware, and alive through the art of cinema.
For more information, please visit http://filmfestivalofcol
Take our ultimate fan test, returning every February with Punxsutawney Phil! Watch the Bill Murray classic Groundhog Day for 24 hours straight and win movie tickets for a year.
Note: our iconic marathon sells out! Get your tickets quick and arrive early to lineup.
The International Sports Film Festival of Ohio (ISFFO) makes its debut this spring at the Gateway Film Center in Columbus, Ohio.
The festival includes films, speakers, and events that raise important questions about the ways that religion, gender, and nation separate us inside and outside of sports. ISFFO aspires to generate conversations about how sports can break down barriers, connect communities, and inspire hope.
For more information, please visit facebook.com/ISFFO.
In 2016, the film center presented Ghibli at GFC, a four-month screening series of anime giant Studio Ghibli’s films. It was the first time anywhere that the entire Ghibli catalog had been presented in order of release, and visitors travelled to Columbus from as far away as Florida and Iowa to see movies they couldn’t see anywhere else.
Now, the series has returned to the film center, which will run January 1 through February 24, culminating in the world premiere of the newest Ghibli film, The Red Turtle.
Where available, matinees will be presented with English voice acting. Evening shows will be presented in original Japanese with English language subtitles.
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