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Cinematheque Director John Ewing recently talked about the legacy of silent film star Harold Lloyd and his silent comedy, The Freshman, on The Sound of Applause. Listen in below, and catch the film at the Cinematheque on Thursday, Aug. 21 at 7pm or Sunday, Aug. 24 at 4:30pm.
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When 4:30PM - 12:00AM
Greater Cleveland film lovers will gather at the at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque on Sunday, February 24th to attend EAT DRINK WATCH OSCARS, a very special film and benefit organized by Ciné Arts Cleveland!, a local meet-up group for film lovers.The film is the 2012 Swiss Oscar entry SISTER, showing at 4:30pm at The Cinematheque. After the film, the group will head to Nighttown in Cleveland Heights for drinks, dinner, and Academy Awards viewing.
Tickets, which cost $100, ($50 of which is a tax-deductible donation to the Cinematheque) include both admission to the film at the Cinematheque and the subsequent celebration of film at Nighttown. A welcoming cocktail and hors d'oeuvres will be followed by a sit-down three-course meal and continued fellowship until the last award is handed out. The event is Black-tie Optional.
“EAT DRINK WATCH OSCARS” patrons will also receive complementary 2013 memberships in both Ciné Arts Cleveland! ($5) and Music Cleveland! ($10).
Tickets are available online at http://eatdrinkwatchoscars.brownpapertickets.com/ or by calling Liz Huff at 216.421.7957. Walk-ups (cash only) will be accepted on the day of the event if space is available.
(L'ENFANT D'EN HAUT)
France/Switzerland, 2012, Ursula Meier
In French with English subtitles
Switzerland's official entry for this year's foreign language film Oscar is one of the most acclaimed movies of 2012, with an overall metacritic.com rating of 81 (out of 100). It's a haunting "up-mountain, down-mountain" drama about a 12-year-old boy who steals from wealthy guests at an Alpine ski resort in order to support his desperate, down-and-out older sister (Léa Seydoux of Midnight in Paris, Farewell, My Queen) who lives in a decrepit apartment in the valley below. With Gillian Anderson. Cleveland premiere. www.adoptfilms.com
The film will show at 4:30pm on Sunday, February 24, and is open to both partygoers and the general public. Regular Cinematheque admission prices will apply for those who want to see only the film: $9; Cinematheque members $7; age 25 & under $6.
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