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May 25–May 26
Film/Video Theater
The noirish Panique, the first film Julien Duvivier (Pépé le moko) made in France after a wartime exile in the US, follows the buzz created in a Paris suburb after a woman is murdered in a churchyard.
June 2–June 3
Film/Video Theater
Every day, obituary writers deposit the details of extraordinary lives into the cultural memory—with each individual’s story spun amid the daily beat of war, politics, and football scores.
Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story
June 8–June 9
Film/Video Theater
Don’t miss this captivating, emotional account of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson: two unsung heroes of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Gimme Shelter
June 15
Wexner Center Plaza
Kick off a summer of free Wex Drive-In concert films with one of the greatest American documentaries ever made.
Mali Blues
June 16–June 17
Film/Video Theater
The West African country of Mali is the birthplace of the blues, a musical tradition that’s flourished in America since being carried here by the transatlantic slave.

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