Film Center

1550 N. HIGH ST.

Contact: 614-247-4433,

Admission: $6 to $10.50

• “Colossal” (2017): A down-on-her-luck woman (Anne Hathaway) realizes that she is connected to a disaster in South Korea and decides to learn why she has such an effect on the world.

Showtimes: 10 a.m. and 12:30, 3, 5:30, 8 and 10:30 p.m. Friday through Wednesday

• “The Lost City of Z” (2017): Set at the turn of the 20th century, the film stars Charlie Hunnam as British explorer Percy Fawcett, who discovered an unknown ancient civilization in the Amazon but faced only ridicule from the scientific community.

Showtimes: 10:20 a.m. and 1:20, 4:20, 7:20 and 10:20 p.m. Friday through Wednesday

• “Eraserhead” (1977): Directed by David Lynch, the movie follows a man trying to cope with his workplace, his angst-filled relationship and his screaming baby. The film is the latest in the “Cult 101” series.

Showtimes: 9:30 p.m. Friday, Monday and Tuesday and 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

• “Contemporary Color” (2016): The documentary chronicles a salute to color guards staged in the Barclay Center in New York by musician David Byrne.

Showtimes: various, beginning Friday

• “Dig Two Graves” (2017): Ted Levine and Samantha Isler star in the story of a girl obsessed with her brother’s disappearance who faces dangers to bring him back.

Showtimes: various, beginning Friday

• “Donald Cried” (2016): A New York financier (Jesse Wakeman) returns to his blue-collar hometown in Rhode Island for a funeral, gets stranded and must turn to a childhood friend (Kristopher Avedisian) for help.

Showtimes: various, beginning Friday

• “God Knows Where I Am” (2017): The documentary examines the death of a woman who survived for four months on apples and rainwater in an abandoned farmhouse during a frigid New Hampshire winter, and the journal she kept indicates that she was waiting for God to save her.

Showtimes: various, beginning Friday

• “Manhattan” (1979): The Woody Allen comedy will be screened using a 4K digital restoration.

Showtimes: various, beginning Friday


Studio 35


Contact: 614-261-1581,

• “Bad Movie Nite”: The titles are rarely revealed in advance, but this month’s theme is “future space laser fight show.”

Showtime: 11:30 p.m. Friday

Tickets: $8


Wexner Center

for the Arts

1871 N. HIGH ST.

Contact: 614-292-3535,

Admission: $8, or $6 for members, students and senior citizens

• “After the Storm” (2016): The Japanese movie by Hirokazu Koreeda is about a man with a gambling addiction who lost everything — including his family — and wants to rebuild his relationship with his ex-wife and their young son.

Showtimes: 7 tonight and Friday night

• “Lost and Beautiful” (2016): In the part-documentary, part-fiction movie, a farmer who cares for an abandoned palace suddenly dies, and a mythical character tries to honor the farmer’s last wish — to find and care for his young buffalo.

Showtime: 7 p.m. Saturday


— Terry Mikesell