On the Edge Film Festival Returns to the Breen Center in October

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JOEY SCHUSLER
  • Joey Schusler
The second annual On the Edge Film Festival promise to have “something for extreme sport and armchair athletes alike.” It returns to the Breen Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, October 14, and Saturday, October 15, 2016.

The festival will include films about “adrenaline-driven action sports” as well as “engrossing character studies and environmental and cultural issues from around the globe.” Many of the movies include shots of breathtaking scenery.



The two-night event will feature different films each evening. For Friday night’s Opening Night Reception, food trucks will park outside the theater. Complimentary coffee, Beanitos bean snacks and cookies will be available in the theater lobby from 6-7:30 p.m. Coffee, Beanitos and cookies will also be served for Saturday’s reception which takes place from 7 to 8 p.m. The films begin at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and at 8 p.m. on Saturday. The cash bar at the receptions will include beer and wine and all sales benefit Bike Cleveland’s bike advocacy efforts in our city.

Advance General Seating tickets to the OEFF are $20 for Friday and $20 for Saturday. They can be purchased at any of the three Geiger’s locations through September 30. Regular priced tickets will be $25 for each night starting October 1. Tickets are also be available online at Eventbrite.


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