Quick, which does Columbus love more, the creative process or food trucks? I know, I know … we couldn't possibly decide.
Quick, which does Columbus love more, the creative process or food trucks? I know, I know … we couldn’t possibly decide.
With Dinin’ and a Movie, you don’t have to. It’s like Columbus mixed its peanut butter and chocolate.
Saturday at Dinin’ Hall — the food truck food court that makes 400 West Rich its home — the documentary “From Nothing, Something” will make its Ohio debut.
The film aims to dissect creativity across disciplines and media. It features a range of creatives, from songwriters to visual artists, from comedians to architects, from chefs to video game designers. It seeks to find what they have in common … and what sort of madness drives one to create in the first place.
And screw popcorn. Eats from Swoop! Food Truck and Empanada Joe’s will be on-hand, as well as drafts from Barley’s Brewing Co. Tickets for the screening are $6 and benefit the Franklinton Arts District.