As part of the series, The Female Gaze: Landmark Films by Women, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque will screen Dance, Girl, Dance, a 1940 comedy-drama by Dorothy Arzner, the only female film director working in Hollywood during the 1930s. The film centers on two Broadway chorus girls (Maureen O'Hara and Lucille Ball), both of whom fall for the same wealthy playboy. Admission to each program is $10, $7 for Cinematheque members, those with CIA or CSU I.D. cards, or those age 25 and under. (Niesel)
Cleveland Cinemas' Late Shift Series, a program dedicated to the nostalgic cult and camp cinema that we love and cherish even though it’s certainly not Oscar-worthy material, has been a fixture at the local chain of theaters since 2006. The 2017 schedule continues tonight with Luc Besson's Leon: The Professional. It screens at midnight tonight at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets are $6. (Niesel)
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