When: Thu., Jan. 5 2017
Recognized as the Best Feature Film at the 2016 Glass City Film Festival and included as an Official Selection of the 2016 Cleveland Urban Film Festival, the Montreal Cinefest, the Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival and New York Film Week, Up This Hill documents the trip a group of Northeast Ohio teenagers take to Harlan, Kentucky to perform service work and learn about rural poverty. Tonight at 7 at the Cedar Lee Theatre, Open Doors Academy hosts a free screening of the movie. The film’s director Paul Sobota recently received a Creative Workforce Fellowship. He used the Cuyahoga Arts & Culture funded grant to make the movie. Tickets to the film are free but you must RVSP first. (Niesel) opendoorsacademy.org/events/.