This Month's MagazineDining and SpiritsArts and EntertainmentTravel and LeisureHome and Real EstateHealth and WellnessShopping & FashionEvents and PicsElegant Wedding Magazine

Bookmark and share

Issue Date: March 2011

Foreign Affairs

The Cleveland International Film Festival is back for its 35th year.
Kim Schneider
You don't need to use up your frequent flier miles to get away this winter. You just need to head to Tower City Cinemas for the 35th Cleveland International Film Festival and take in There Once Was An Island (pictured), which follows residents of the tropical island Takuu. "It's a film that shows how cultures could disappear because of climate change," says CIFF artistic director Bill Guentzler. Starting March 24, the festival will show more than 150 feature-length movies and 130 short subject films. "Not only do these films teach audiences about different cultures," Guentzler says, "these are films that are important to the world." 230 W. Huron Road, Cleveland, 877-304-3456,

Comments. All comments must be approved by our editorial staff.
Choose an identity
Other Anonymous
All of these fields are optional.
CAPTCHA Validation
Retype the code from the picture
CAPTCHA Code Image
Speak the code Change the code

Home | Subscribe | Archives | Advertise | Newsstands | Contact Us | Jobs | Legal
© Cleveland Magazine 2014 | P: (216) 771-2833 | F: (216) 781-6318 | 1422 Euclid Ave. Suite 730 Cleveland, Ohio 44115
This site is a member of the City & Regional Magazine Association