Posted Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Several films about Ohio are featured at this year's Cleveland International Film Festival, including "Youngstown: Still Standing," about the city's history of steel, corruption and world-renowned boxers; and Academy Award nominee, "The Last Truck" - about the human meaning of a factory closing near Dayton; plus, "Out of Place," a surf film shot on the shores of Lake Erie. Wednesday morning at 9, host Dan Moulthrop talks with the festival's artistic director about these and other documentaries being shown.
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The documentaries in the Cleveland International Film Festival allow us to learn about topics and see parts of the world we would never know about. Kudo’s to Bill, Marcie and the amazing group at the Cleveland Film Society who bring these wonderful films to Cleveland!
I had the opportunity to see “Journey from Zanscar” and it is amazing! It is a touching story with beautiful cinematography, it’s a must see!
North Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland
I would like to invite everyone to attend the movie, 9,000 Needles at the Cleveland film festival this weekend. Playing Friday at 9:15p.m., Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. This is a very inspiring documentary.
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