1871 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43210

Enjoy two favorites in one night! Each of these films explores different representations of culture and cinematic filmography while adding to the legendary line up from Janus Films.

Set in 1957 Germany, Lola follows an ambitious singer/prostitute who plots to turn a corrupt building contractor and an honest city official against each other in a scheme that will bring her long-sought riches and power. Noted for its glorious color and visual style, the film was meant as a tribute to German director Josef von Sternberg. (113 mins., 35mm) Rossellini's Flowers of St. Francis depicts moments from the life of the medieval saint and his many acts of selflessness and compassion. Cowritten by Federico Fellini, the film is shot in a simple and direct style that evokes paintings from St. Francis's era. (87 mins., 35mm)

Second film start time: 9 PM.

Special offer: Bring your ticket stub from any Summer Abroad film to the Surly Girl Saloon in the Short North this summer and receive a 15% discount on food purchases (Sun-Thu). You can also sample cool cocktails inspired by these movies.

Official Website: http://www.wexarts.org/fv/index.php?eventid=2203

Added by Wexner Center on July 10, 2007

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