The Greater Cleveland Film Commission to Host Screening of ‘My First Miracle’

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The Greater Cleveland Film Commission has just announced it will host an advance screening of My First Miracle, a film produced by former Cleveland Indians centerfielder Kenny Lofton's FilmPool, Inc. The screening takes place at 7 on Thursday, Dec. 3, at Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 7 Cinemas in Euclid.

Written and directed by Rudy Luna (Stolen Education, PrimeMates), the film centers on Angelica, a 17-year-old girl battling a rare form of cancer only found in multiracial people, Myelodyplastic Syndrome (MDS). She falls for a homeless boy running from his troubled past. The movie stars Quinton Aaron (The Blind Side, Be Kind Rewind), Sean Patrick Flannery (The Boondock Saints, Suicide Kings), Valerie Cruz (Showtime's Homeland, Dexter), Matthew Rauch (Cinemax's Banshee, No Reservations) and Jason London (Dazed and Confused, Out Cold).



Tickets are $15; a portion of the proceeds will benefit MetroHealth's Cancer Care Family Community Room. My First Miracle opens on Friday, December 4, at Lakeshore 7 for a limited run. You can buy tickets to the screening here

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