The 65th Columbus International Film + Video Festival — the oldest film festival in the United States — proudly presents The Street Where We Live.
The Street Where We Live
Director: John Whitney
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Synopsis: «I'm just two paychecks away from being on the street.» In the aftermath of the nation's financial crisis, Mary, a single mom with two kids, finds herself faced with that exact situation when the factory where she works closes their doors for good. Providing for her children and keeping the family together, while also maintaining some form of dignity in the process, proves to be the hardest job that Mary will ever have.
Featuring a Q&A with the cast and crew following the screening of the film.
Presented by Columbus College of Art & Design, the 65th Columbus International Film + Video Festival runs April 19 – 23 at CCAD (60 Cleveland Ave.), the Drexel Theatre (2254 E. Main St.), and Wexner Center for the Arts (1871 N. High St.). Tickets for the opening night reception and screening of Signature Move cost $8, tickets for all other screenings cost $6, and festival passes cost $60. For tickets and more information, visit columbusfilmfestival.org.