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The Cleveland International Film Festival will present a Get Shorty event Feb. 25 in the Mimi Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square at 1511 Euclid Ave. in downtown Cleveland, marking the festival’s return to in person after two years of online events, according to a Feb. 3 news release.

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With many people proceeding with caution as indoor entertainment venues reopen, the Mandel Jewish Community Center in Beachwood is following suit with regard to its 15th annual Cleveland Jewish Filmfest. Twenty-five international films will be showcased in person with limited capacity and a …

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“It’s important to me that Tamar be remembered for her delightful personality and her aspiration to succeed,” said Anat Ariel, in a 2019 interview with The Jerusalem Post, five years after her 25-year-old daughter’s death. “I want her name to evoke values such as perseverance, determination,…

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When the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival debuted in 2010, its 93 films were seen by 1,800 attendees in venues throughout the Cuyahoga County century village of Chagrin Falls. Last year, the event – which went virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic – reached an audience of more than 37,000 fr…

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As part of the 45th Cleveland International Film Festival’s Local Heroes Shorts Program 2, Cleveland Heights resident Jessy Leigh’s 15-minute short film “Hobby” focuses on the absurd, but very real world of competitive hobby horse racing, an organized sport in Finland.