Beyond the Gridiron: The Life and Times of Woody Hayes (2004)
Woody Hayes was one of most gifted and complex coaches of the twentieth century. Luckily, he was also one of the most photographed. Here you’ll find images, letters, media clips which give added insight into Woody’s life away from the football field.
Beyond These Walls: Building Community Through Public Art (2013)
In 1992, a small group of community leaders in Portsmouth, Ohio asked: How can we create pride in our community, improve the local economy and change a dying part of town into the vibrant place it once was?
On a 98 degree day in early August 2007, a WOSU camera crew – producer Mary Rathke, videographer Jason Perkins, and audio technician Phillip Park – shadowed 32 World War II veterans as they traveled to Washington D.C. to visit the WWII memorial. With help from Honor Flight, these seniors were given an all-expense paid trip of a lifetime.
Jazz Moves Columbus is a television documentary that chronicles the creation of the theatrical collaboration of the same name staged by BalletMet, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra (CJO), and WOSU Public Media to celebrate Columbus’s bicentennial.
Jesse Owens: Enduring Spirit chronicles the life and times of a Big Ten icon. This 30 minute documentary takes a look back at the trials and triumphs of one of Ohio State University’s greatest athletes.
Midsummer Night’s Music: ProMusica at Franklin Park Conservatory (2014)
Performed in the summer splendor of the beautiful Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Columbus, Ohio, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra presents a night of music under the stars and accompanied by the James Turrell light installation at the historic Palm House.
River Voices: A Portrait of an American River Community (2002)
In 1937, the Ohio River at Portsmouth, Ohio reached an astounding 74.23 feet and more than 32,000 people were displaced from their homes. The river left behind unimaginable devastation but the community summoned its strength and responded with a massive cleanup effort that still resonates with people today.
They Could Really Play the Game is an award-winning documentary about a 1950’s basketball team whose star player and fiery coach captured America’s imagination, helped restore college basketball’s tarnished reputation, and saved their struggling college from financial ruin.