The Cleveland International Film Festival promotes artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community.
What does it mean when a CIFF46 Streams film or shorts program is "SOLD OUT"?
All CIFF46 Streams films are limited to a maximum number of streams (or Streaming Cap) on a first-come, first-served basis until a film is SOLD OUT. Once all tickets to a film are sold, the film will be marked as “TICKETS SOLD OUT” on the CIFF website. Pre-existing ticket holders for that film and all CIFF passholders will still be able to stream the film but additional ticket purchases for that flim cannot be made.
When a film’s status has been marked “TICKETS SOLD OUT” and then the passholder streaming cap on a film is reached, the film’s status will be updated to “SOLD OUT” and the film will become unavailable to stream for passholders. However, pre-existing ticket holders of that film will still be able to stream the film. We suggest you prioritize the films you really want to see first when creating your personal streaming schedule. For CIFF46 Streams programming updates, visit our Latest Updates page.
It is with a heavy heart we pass along the news of the death of Oscar winning documentarian & CIFF Alum Julia Reichert. Over the span of 50 years, Julia used the power of film to be a prolific storyteller, activist, & champion of the working class. She will be profoundly missed. https://t.co/CUf6LVHlOc
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