Some movies previously scheduled to arrive at the Wexner Center during April are now available to watch online through virtual screenings

Sure, there are plenty of TV shows and documentary series and movies to stream online these days. But for cinephiles who were banking on catching some of the Wexner Center’s springtime screenings, the extended closures are a real bummer.

Fortunately, some of the films previously scheduled to screen at the Wex are now available to watch online. Through Thursday, you can buy a $12 ticket to watch Portuguese director Pedro Costa’s “Vitalina Varela.” And through April 16, it’ll only cost you $6.99 to see “Slay the Dragon,” a new, buzzworthy documentary that examines the consequences of gerrymandering, and $12 to stream “Sorry We Missed You,” Ken Loach’s drama about a delivery driver struggling in the gig economy.

More films and details are on the Wexner Center website. Your purchase of a digital ticket supports independent filmmakers and the Wex during a time when artists and arts institutions are struggling. Check out a trailer for “Slay the Dragon” below.