WOUB's Our Town: Gallipolis

September 17, 2020
6:30pm Eastern Time
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Welcome to the premiere screening of Our Town: Gallipolis! We are truly excited to be able to finally show you this wonderful program. "Doors" will open at 6 p.m. The screening will start at 6:30 p.m.

Video Descriptions

Virtual Screening Powerpoint Video

Mark Brewer "Our Town" Welcome

Cheri Russo Introduction

Evan Shaw Welcome

Our Town: Gallipolis

The documentary film is an hour-long look at the history of the Gallia County community of Gallipolis. It examines many unique aspects and people of Gallipolis including: the town’s first settlers, the Silver Bridge, and Gallipolis’ connection to the sinking of the Titanic.The film also explores some of Gallipolis’ more notable residents like Bob Evans, Tuskegee Airman Henry Norman and Grandma Gatewood. The Gallipolis film is the seventh historical documentary in WOUB’s Our Town series. The series is produced and directed by 13-time Emmy-Award winner and a southeastern Ohio native Evan Shaw.

Evan and Cheri Post Screening Interview

105min 44sec


  • Cheri Russo

    Russo is the community engagement manager at WOUB Public Media. She has a background in public relations and marketing for non-profits and higher education institutions.

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