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March 19, 2014, 8:55 AM | posted by Lara Klaber in Festival Events
The party didn’t stop when the 37th Cleveland International Film Festival ended in April 2013. Cleveland film fans ￼kept it going by attending CIFF’s Film Feasts, a series of parties, soirées and gatherings to celebrate all that is film and art in Cleveland. This year’s Film Feast season was sponsored by Hyland Software.
The 2013-2014 season marked the Film (and other arts) Feasts’ 11th year, and ran from October to February. The season kicked off with a rollicking scavenger hunt through multiple Cleveland neighborhoods—the wildly popular RoadFest—and featured a range of exciting events designed to showcase Cleveland at its best.These included a Karaoke event at Beachland Tavern, a journey through Terminal Tower and a trip into the home of local philanthropist Umberto Fedeli for a night of amazing stories.
While Cleveland’s fine cultural resources make it easy for film buffs to continue watching independent cinema all year long, these Feasts recreate one of the Festival’s most important elements: the camaraderie.The Feasts give Film Society members opportunities to get to know the remarkable people who orchestrate the event every year, and to build upon the friendships that formed during the Festival.
— Lara Klaber
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Just in time for Halloween, the Cleveland 48 Hour Film Project will be screening 20+ short horror films on October 28th at Tower City Cinemas! Films were created by local filmmakers the weekend of October 17th and are ready for the big screen. Support this awesome program and our local independent filmmakers! Ticket and timing info: http://bit.ly/1wf7S2H
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