Cleveland International Film Festival } April 7 – April 18, 2021 } Playhouse Square

CIFF Code of Conduct

The CIFF Code of Conduct serves to provide a clear understanding of the
standard of conduct expected when participating in the Cleveland International
Film Festival (CIFF) and all its manifestations—meetings and gatherings, events
and parties, venues, social media accounts, and official communications
(verbal, written, and digital). The Code of Conduct serves as a guide to ensure
the CIFF is a respectful, open, inclusive, and safe environment for all to gather,
share, learn, and celebrate in an atmosphere free of harassment.


The Code of Conduct places an obligation on all individuals to take responsibility
for their own conduct and applies to all participants, including, but not limited
to: attendees, members, guests, trustees, full-time staff, seasonal staff, volunteers,
panelists, screening team members, sponsors, community partners,
neighborhood partners, media partners, and vendors.


The CIFF does not tolerate harassment of any kind and reserves the right
to revoke credentials and/or remove, temporarily or permanently without notice
or refund, any person who does not adhere to the CIFF Code of Conduct in all
of its manifestations.


Including, but not limited to:

  • Inappropriate disruption of CIFF events
  • Intimidation or threats
  • Hateful, abusive, offensive, degrading, or other inappropriate language
  • Inappropriate physical contact or physical assault of any type
  • Unwanted sexual attention, verbal or physical
  • Unwanted photography or video recording
  • Bullying or stalking

Especially in connection with, but not limited to:

  • Race, ethnicity, national origin, or citizenship status
  • Political affiliation
  • Gender identity or presentation
  • Sex or sexual orientation
  • Physical appearance or body type
  • Age
  • Disability, medical condition, or pregnancy
  • Religion

CIFF Facebook Posts

Join us September 24th - 27th for a special screening of AGGIE, the story of Clevelands own Agnes Aggie Gund who is equally known for her exquisite art collection and her fight for social justice. A post-film Q&A will take place with director Catherine Gund and the films namesake Agnes Aggie Gund: https://www.clevelandfilm.org/films/2020/aggie

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CIFF Tweets

Join us 9/24-9/27 for a screening of AGGIE, the story of Cleveland’s own Agnes “Aggie” Gund, who is equally known for her exquisite art collection & her fight for social justice. A post-film Q&A will take place with director Catherine Gund & Agnes Gund: https://t.co/6HtCmH4Qbu

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Join us September 24th - 27th for a special screening of AGGIE, the story of Cleveland’s own Agnes “Aggie” Gund who is equally known for her exquisite art collection and her fight for social justice. A post-film Q&A will take place with director Catherine Gund and the film’s namesake Agnes “Aggie” Gund. Full info at Fall Online Event Series link  in bio.
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