Documentary Features

Living in Delusionville

directed by: Constant van Hoeven
USA / 2022 / 70 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Times: Friday, March 4th – 7:30pm; Sunday, March 6th at 12:30pm

(March 4) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 6) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

MEET ARTIST RON ENGLISH FOR TEA BEFORE SCREENING @ $17 (+ Eventbrite fee) TICKETS HERE

From humble Midwestern beginnings, legendary art Ron English has pranked and pummeled his way into prominence, influencing generations of artists and laying the groundwork for the explosion of Street Art.


My Childhood, My Country

directed by: Phil Grabsky, Shoaib Sharifi
UK / 2021 / 90 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Time: Wednesday, March 2nd – 7:00pm; Saturday, March 5th – 1:00pm

(March 2) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR
(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

A real-life epic of boyhood and manhood  in Afghanistan, one of the most embattled corners of the globe , filmed across twenty years. 


The Hit

directed by: Christopher Jon Halsne
USA / 2022 / 83 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Time: Thursday, March 3rd – 7:00pm

(March 3) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

JOIN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM & DOCUMENTARY FILM PANEL BEFORE SCREENING @ Free TICKETS HERE

A team of national-award-winning journalists reinvestigate a fatal crash where NASCAR racing legend Tony Stewart killed a young competitor. New evidence exposes how money, power, and fame may have corrupted a small-town justice system.


Gini In the Time of Covid-19

directed by: Mathieu Mazza
USA / 2021 / 57 mins.

Location: Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Time: Saturday, March 5th – 2:45pm

(March 5) – $11 (+ Eventbrite fee) HERE or AT THE DOOR

A documentary about structural economic inequalities in America magnified by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The film highlights powerful first-hand accounts of economic inequalities in America and their consequences from Wheeling, West VA activist Amy Jo Hutchison and Jackson, OH Judge Mark T. Musick.