The Cleveland International Film Festival promotes artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community.
Riding RTA trains is easier than ever before. And with the crowds we’re expecting downtown during the Festival, it's definitely the easiest way to get to Tower City Center.
There are 8,000 FREE RTA parking spaces located throughout the area. The Red, Blue, and Green train lines of the Rapid Transit system provide direct service to Tower City Center. They run seven days a week.
For information about routes and schedules, please call the RTA Answerline at 216.621.9500 or visit www.rideRTA.com/ciff.
Transit is your real-time urban travel companion. Navigate RTA with accurate real-time predictions, simple trip planning, step-by-step navigation, service disruption notifications, and departure and stop reminders... all presented in a clear, bold interface.
The RTA CLE mobile ticketing app for iOS and Android devices allows customers to set up a secure account to purchase, save and use tickets for Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) bus and rail trips right from their smartphone.
Using this free mobile app eliminates the need to stand in line at fare vending machines or at the Customer Service Center. The ability to purchase RTA fare anywhere at any time using a smartphone and credit card is a valued convenience for all customers. Mobile fare purchases include All Day, 7-Day, and Monthly Passes.
How To Use:
Simply show your live ticket screen session to operators or have it ready when boarding RTA vehicles.
Wanna give up the 4-wheel drive and ride two wheels to Tower City Center? There’s even a rack in Tower City Center at the West 6th Street Valet Parking entrance. For best routes, safety tips and more visit our friends at www.BikeCleveland.org. And here's a great page with some commuting tips: http://www.bikecleveland.org/resources/getting-around-bike/
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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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
In an attempt to help these days at home go by faster, we’ve compiled a list of films from past CIFFs that are currently available to stream through various platforms, like Netflix, Hulu, and iTunes. Take a trip down CIFF memory lane, re-watch your favorites, and catch up on the ones you missed.