Cleveland Int'l Film Festival Releases Full Film Line-up

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GOOD OL' BOY, WHICH KICKS OFF THE FEST ON MARCH 30
  • Good Ol' Boy, which kicks off the fest on March 30
The Cleveland International Film Festival has made their full film line-up available online. In other words, today is a glorious perfect day.

This year marks the 40th year for the festival, which begins March 30 and runs through April 10 at Tower City Cinemas and other special locations. More than a hundred films will be shown during the festival, but there are some notable ones on the list. (We'll have a fuller rundown of films you shouldn't miss next week.)



Rapper Machine Gun Kelly stars in "World Series" - Machine Gun Kelly, a seven-minute short. Believeland, ESPN's long awaited 30 for 30 documentary on Cleveland sports, is also on the list and makes its world premiere March 31 at the Connor Palace. 

Other Cleveland-based films include Amanda and the Hare featuring Cleveland-based artist Amanda Louise Spayd and Unseen, a film about the Anthony Sowell murders.



For a full list of films and screening times, check out the Cleveland International Film Festival's website clevelandfilm.org.

Tickets go on sale to CIFF members on March 11 and the general public on March 18.

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