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Through the Olive Trees

Tue., Oct. 22

Through the Olive Trees centers on a bricklayer, who stars in a movie being shot in an earthquake-ravaged Iranian village. He falls in love with his nonprofessional co-star, but she refuses to talk to him because of his lower station in life. The film represents the conclusion to Kiarostami's Koker Trilogy. It screens today at 1:45 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. See the website for ticket prices. (Niesel) 216-421-7350

25th Anniversary of ‘The Shawshank Redemption’

Tue., Oct. 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

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Author and Largely Literary co-founder Mark Dawidziak presents a program based on his upcoming book "The Shawshank Redemption Revealed," which will be published in September, the 25th anniversary of director Frank Darabont's film adaptation of Stephen King's novella. Filmed in Ohio and starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, "The Shawshank Redemption" has risen in popularity since its release in 1994, reaching No. 1 on IMDB's list of most-loved movies. Dawidziak conducted more than 70 interviews for the book, talking to King, Darabont, Robbins and Freeman, as well as extras, supporting players and behind-the-scenes talent. 330-467-8595

Film Screening: For the Love of Craft

Tue., Oct. 22, 7:30-8 p.m.

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Celebrate Cleveland Beer Week with a private screening of For the Love of Craft, a documentary short produced by the Brewers Association, Studio C3, and Charlie Papazian. Free and open to the public, the short will precede our weekly trivia night. FOR THE LOVE OF CRAFT For the Love of Craft is a documentary short produced by the Brewers Association, Studio C3, and Charlie Papazian that peels back the label of what it means to be a craft brewer and reveals the true heart of craft by introducing the people behind it. 2167714404

Staring at the Sun screening after-party

Thu., Oct. 24, 9:30 p.m.

Come to the after-party for the exclusive theatrical screening of STARING AT THE SUN, winner of over 40 different festival awards around the country! Meet and greet with filmmaker Harry Greenberger. For more information about the screening please check out: https://www.facebook.com/events/3157792264293002/ (216) 229-1171

Through the Olive Trees

Fri., Oct. 25

Through the Olive Trees centers on a bricklayer who stars in a movie being shot in an earthquake-ravaged Iranian village. He falls in love with his nonprofessional co-star, but she refuses to talk to him because of his lower station in life. The film represents the conclusion to Kiarostami’s Koker Trilogy. It screens today at 7 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. (Niesel) 216-421-7350


Sun., Oct. 27

Daisy Ridley, Naomi Watts and Clive Owen star in Ophelia, a film set in medieval Denmark. It imagines the story of Hamlet from the perspective of one of the play’s female characters. The movie screens at 1:30 p.m. today at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it screens again at 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday. Tickets cost $10, $7 for CMA members. (Niesel) 216-421-7350


Wed., Oct. 30

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece Psycho centers on a woman on the lam (Janet Leigh) who checks into the mysterious Bates Motel, a property that appears to be deserted except for the proprietors Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) and his mother. The movie screens tonight at 7 at the Capitol Theatre as part of the theater’s Happy Hour Classics series. The $10 ticket includes admission to a happy hour cocktail reception that begins at 6 p.m. (Niesel) 216-651-7295


Wed., Oct. 30
Cleveland Cinematheque 11610 Euclid Ave., Cleveland Eastern Suburbs

The definitive 2002 version of German filmmaker Fritz Lang’s 1927 silent sci-fi classic originally screened in 35mm film with subtitles. The movie focuses on the class divide between the rich inhabitants of an aboveground city and the underground laborers that power its massive infrastructure. A forward-thinking robot decides to start a revolt, and conflict ensues. The 2010 restoration of the film screens tonight at 7 at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. Boston's Alloy Orchestra will play the score. Tickets cost $20, $15 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel) 216-421-7450

Blood Stripe: A Spouses Story Documentary World Premiere

Wed., Nov. 6, 6:30-10 p.m.

Buy Tickets$20.00-125.00

The film tells the story of one military spouse's journey navigating the minefield of living with her Marine husband's PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury. It's a journey that continues today. Through sheer willful determination and resourcefulness, she was able to find resources, support, and education that enabled her to discover a new normal. Immediately following the movie, recording Nashful recording artist Ricky Lee, who appears in the Blood Stripe documentary, will perform select songs from his album "Freedom." 4404774704

The Room

Second Saturday of every month
Cedar Lee Theatre 2163 Lee Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs

Thanks to The Disaster Artist, the James Franco movie about the making of the cult classic The Room, the film's popularity has soared. The film that features writer, director and star Tommy Wiseau screens at 10 tonight at the Cedar Lee Theatre. Tickets are $6. (Niesel) 440-528-0355

Documentary- Kusama: Infinity (2018)

Tue., Nov. 19, 6-8:30 p.m.
Lakewood Public Library 15425 Detroit Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs

Now the top-selling female artist in the world, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama overcame impossible odds to bring her radical artistic vision to the world stage. After working as an artist for over six decades, people around the globe are experiencing her installation Infinity Mirrored Rooms in record numbers. Directed by Northeast Ohio native Heather Lenz, this film showcases the artist behind the 2018 Cleveland Museum of Art exhibit. Joining us to discuss the film will be Sarah Paul, Associate Professor and Chair of Sculpture + Expanded Media at Cleveland Institute of Art. 216-226-8275

Cremation in Cleveland OH

Thu., Dec. 5, 12:45-1:45 p.m.

Cremation in Cleveland OH Cremation is increasingly selected because it can be less expensive and allows for the memorial service to be held at a more convenient time in the future when relatives and friends can come together. A funeral service followed by cremation need not be any different from a funeral service followed by a burial. Usually, cremated remains are placed in urn before being committed to a final resting place. The urn may be buried, placed in an indoor or outdoor mausoleum or columbarium, or interred in a special urn garden that many cemeteries provide for cremated remains. 2162435210


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