In anticipation of the latest Columbus Neighborhoods documentary, New Americans, we’re releasing a set of short stories that tell the stories of the immigrant community in and around Columbus, Ohio.
Did you miss last night’s premiere of Columbus Neighborhoods: Tri-Village or just can’t get enough of the rich history and culture behind the Tri-Village neighborhoods? Well, you’re in luck! We are hosting two free Community Screenings this week in partnership with several local Tri-Village organizations. Each screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with the documentary’s producer, Diana Bergemann.
Can’t get enough of the Emmy award-winning documentary series Columbus Neighborhoods? The preview for Columbus Neighborhoods: Tri-Village is now available for viewing!
To give some background on the process of putting together our latest documentary, we’ve set up a Columbus Neighborhoods Producer’s Blog, where producer Brent Davis gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what went into making the Bexley documentary.
Tonight the doors of Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza will open at 5 p.m. for the free community screening of Columbus Neighborhoods: Worthington at 6 p.m. The filmmaker Cindy Gaillard will be there for a question and answer session.
A library, a church and a school. Those three institutions were created in Worthington long before any of the founding fathers from New England stepped foot in Ohio. And through pioneer hardships, economic depressions and world wars, the citizens of Worthington have held fast to the principles of fellowship and lifelong learning.
Governor Kasich used the Reeb Elementary School on the South Side of Columbus as his backdrop in signing the Ohio Capital Improvement Bill today.Â The 110-year old building will be renovated in the coming year and turned into a new community center designed to change lives in the neighborhood.Â State capital funds combined with City [...]