The Cleveland International Film Festival promotes artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community.
What is the difference between a voucher and a ticket?
A ticket is for a specific film with a specific screening date and time. A voucher, which comes in paper or virtual form, is non-specific and therefore, will not admit you to a film. Paper vouchers are to be exchanged over the phone or in-person for tickets to specific screenings. Virtual Voucher Credits can be exchanged online, over the phone, or in-person at the CIFF Box Office. Exchange as early as possible to avoid Stand By or sellouts!
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Posted by clefilmfest at 7:00 PM
I SEE YOU, one of the most talked about films of #CIFF43, is back on the big screen at @TowerCityCinema starting Friday! The thriller, starring Helen Hunt & shot in Northeast Ohio, will also offer post-film Q&As w/producer & #Cleveland native Matt Waldeck. https://t.co/Atsav5F1PW https://t.co/OAW6vogp1D
Liyana the Movie is a tribute to the strength of the human spirit, and it comes to life via innovative animated artwork. Watch it again (or finally see it!): this CIFF42 alum is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
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