Art Unites Cbus: Film and Photography Discussion
Run Time: 90 min.
Join us for screenings and a discussion of the work by the three recipients of the Greater Columbus Arts Council and Film Columbus Art Unites Cbus Film and Photography awards — Sterling Carter, Donte Spikes-Woods and Cristyn Steward. This program seeks long-term change in the culture and across multiple sectors including health, education, culture, safety, and more. The Art Unites Cbus project is supported by American Electric Power Foundation, Engie and The Ohio State University Energy Partners.
Moderated by John Daughtery — Executive director at the Greater Columbus Film Commission.
Project: Our Voices – The Sounds of the Silenced
Synopsis: Curated thought-provoking perspectives about how talented Black women, through pain, are motivated to use their gifts as a voice to protest injustices.
Project: Blue Rebellion
Synopsis: After watching her father die at the hands of the police Desiree Reynolds joins the police force to be the change within the system.
Project: As a Matter of Black
Synopsis: As a Matter of Black dives into behind the scenes of protest and art taking place during the global pandemic.
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The Film Center, and Columbus, were chosen as one of the 2021 Sundance satellite locations. Our local programming — talks, events, artist meet-ups — will also be free to access online through our website.
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