Cincinnati and other cities have long lamented perceived “brain drains” as talented and creative people leave supposedly bigger and better environs. But Cincinnati resident and award-winning documentary filmmaker Andrea Torrice (pictured) claims our city as inspiration.
“Moving to Cincinnati gave me the idea for The New Metropolis,” she says.
The New Metropolis is a two-part documentary series that explores complex challenges facing America’s first suburbs, communities that were built after World War II.
Watch parties start at 5:30 p.m. both nights at Sitwell’s Coffee House in Clifton and other locations, and a televised panel discussion will follow each WCET broadcast at 6:30.
Read the full interview with Torrice and get more information on the watch parties here.