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Pitch Imperfect: The High Note is Cinematic Comfort Food, But Hardly Worth $19.99 VOD Price

Midway through The High Note, a music-industry rom-com in the mold of 2019's Late Night, (both directed by Nisha Ganatra), waning pop diva Grace...

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Cleveland Cinemas to Offer "Curbside Concessions" Every Weekend, Now with White Claw

Encouraged by the response to last week's "curbside concessions" program, in which Cleveland Cinemas provided drive-through popcorn, candy and beer for sale at its...

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Here's How You Can Stream Films from Cannes, Sundance, Tribeca, and Toronto Film Festivals

You don't need to be an A-lister or a foot-loving director to catch some of the many films that once hit the big screen...

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Cleveland Cinemas to Offer "Curbside Concessions" Friday at Area Theaters

Cleveland Cinemas is offering "curbside concessions" Friday afternoon to remind local movie goers of going to the movies. It won't be the same, of...

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Documentary About Clevelander Who Designed the First Pair of Ski Outriggers to Premiere on May 17 at the Vail Film Festival

A couple of years ago, locally based filmmaker Katie Leimkuehler wrote a screenplay about her late grandfather Paul Leimkuehler’s quest to create ski outriggers...

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Bela Tarr's Seven-Hour Epic Sátántangó Available for Streaming in Cinematheque "Virtual Multiplex"

Tarrheads assemble! The Hungarian master filmmaker Bela Tarr's 438-minute epic, Sátántangó, has arrived at the Cleveland Institute of Art's "virtual cinema." Local cinephiles can support the...

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Local Filmmaker Launches Collaborative Online Film Project

Ever since Ohio issued a shelter-in-place order last month, local filmmaker and business owner Matt Pallotta, who runs Frame One Media, has taken to...

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Chagrin Documentary Film Festival to Host Online Q&A with Director Erika Cohn

Earlier today, the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival added three new films to its Docs on Demand series. The titles include Silicone Soul, A Girl...

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Four New Movies Added to Cleveland Cinemas Virtual Screening Room

It's Friday, the day when new movies used to open at your local cineplex. In quarantine, most of us have had to settle for...

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Tyler Cornack's 'Butt Boy' Flushes a Great Premise Down the Toilet

By its very title alone, Epic Pictures’ “Butt Boy” should be a winner. The film, co-written, starring and directed by Tyler Cornack, follows a...

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The Only (Yes, Only) Theater Showing First-Run Movies in America Right Now is a Florida Drive-In

There’s only one theater in America showing first-run movies right now, and to get there you’re gonna have to drive your car to Ocala,...

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CIFF Puts Out a Call for Donations

In the wake of the cancellation of what would've been the 44th iteration of the Cleveland International Film Festival, organizers have put out a...

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Update: Following a Volume of 100 Songs He Released Two Years Ago, Cleveland Musician Releases Another 100 Songs

Update: Two years ago, local musician Paul Francis composed and recorded 100 audio tracks that he made available to local filmmakers, so they could...

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'Phoenix, Oregon,' an Independent Film Opening in Ohio on Friday, Offers Alternative At-Home Viewing Option

The new independent film Phoenix, Oregon, is set to open at the Movies 10 & Movies 10 Arcade in Nelsonville and at the Pierce...

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The Nightlight in Akron is Closed Until Further Notice

Citing the safety of its staff and patrons, the Nightlight, an independent theater in Akron, has just announced it'll be closed until further notice...

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Upcoming Screening of 'The Effects,' a Film Written by a 16-Year-Old Cleveland Metropolitan School District Student, Has Been Postponed

Update: Due to coronavirus concerns, organizers have decided to postpone an upcoming screening of The Effects, a film about deportation that is written by a...

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Tegan and Sara to Perform at House of Blues in August

During the course of their career, the indie rock duo Tegan and Sara has sold well over one million records and received three Juno...

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Benh Zeitlin's 'Wendy' is Gloomy Retelling of 'Peter Pan'

After eight years, director Benh Zeitlin has followed up his wondrous Oscar-winning debut Beasts of the Southern Wild with a sophomore effort: Wendy, a much...

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Cleveland International Film Festival Tickets Go on Sale Friday

Tickets for the 44th annual Cleveland International Film Festival go on sale this Friday at 11 a.m. The two-week film spectacle features 227 short...

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Paavo Turtiainen, Ingrid Bergman’s Personal Secretary and Archivist, to Speak at the Cinematheque on March 15

Originally, Paavo, Life in Five Courses, a film about event planner and chef Paavo Turtiainen, was supposed to document how several Finns left their...

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Pixar's 'Onward' is Predictably Solid Family Fare

Like virtually all Pixar films, from 1995's Toy Story to 2017's Coco, the premise of Onward, which opens Friday in wide release, is built on...

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