is a 2003 documentary that looks at the gentrification of Old Town East/Near Eastside, particulary in the area of Bryden Road just southwest of Franklin Park Conservatory.
I enjoyed the movie and recommend it. I felt it was a bit scattered in its presentation, but it does a good job of tying it together by the end. Stays pretty unbiased as well. I thought they could have developed more of a back story and history of some of the people in the film. There are a lot of people shown in the film, but it focuses on the stories of 5-6 people.
Here is the Netflix description:
A gripping look at a complex issue, this documentary explores the upheaval that occurs in a primarily African-American working-class neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, when it becomes gentrified. While longtime residents struggle to survive, an influx of white, gay newcomers face their own set of issues. The economic and political clash between two historically oppressed groups brings out prejudice and insensitivity on both sides.
In 2003 it won a Peabody Award and an award at SXSW.