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Mary Shelley

Tue., Oct. 16

Haifaa Al-Mansour directs Mary Shelley, a film that dramatizes how the love affair between Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin and Percy Bysshe Shelley inspired Godwin to write Frankenstein, her famous novel about a scientist who creates a living human being out of the pieces of corpses. The movie screens today at 1:45 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $10, or $7 for CMA members. (Niesel)

Rodents of Unusual Size

Wed., Oct. 17

One of the more unusual films on the schedule for the Capitol Theatre’s annual Fall Doc Film Festival, Rodents of Unusual Size centers on the giant 20-pound rats that have invaded Southern Louisiana. The film follows people who kill the rats for money as well as people who cook them and eat them and even a group that turns their fur into bowties. Despite the topic, the filmmakers take a free wheeling approach, and the film is a real blast. It screens at 7:30 tonight, and co-director Quinn Costello will attend the screening and participate in a Q&A afterwards. Tickets are $9.75. (Niesel)

Gavagai

Fri., Oct. 19

Shot in 35mm color and scope, Gavagai centers on two couples—a German widower and his Chinese translator wife, and a Norwegian tour guide and his pregnant girlfriend—brought together by the poetry of Norwegian writer Tarjei Vesaas. The movie makes its local debut tonight at 9:30 at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, where it screens again at 7:05 tomorrow night. Tickets are $10, $7 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

Mary Shelley

Fri., Oct. 19

Haifaa Al-Mansour directs Mary Shelley, a film that dramatizes how the love affair between Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin and Percy Bysshe Shelley inspired Godwin to write Frankenstein, her famous novel about a scientist who creates a living human being out of the pieces of corpses. The movie screens today at 6:45 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $10, or $7 for CMA members. (Niesel)

Milla

Fri., Oct. 19

A young woman living on the margins of society as a desperate teen becomes an equally desperate and destitute mother in Milla, an acclaimed drama from French director Valérie Massadian. The movie makes its Cleveland debut tonight at 7 at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. Tickets are $11, $8 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

GALVESTON in Theaters

Every 7 days, 7 p.m.
phone 440-248-6845
info@katrinawanpr.com

Roy (Ben Foster, Hell or High Water) is a heavy-drinking criminal enforcer and mob hit man whose boss set him up in a double-cross scheme. After killing his would-be assassins before they could kill him, Roy discovers Rocky (Elle Fanning, The Beguiled), a young woman being held captive, and reluctantly takes her with him on his escape. Determined to find safety and sanctuary in Galveston, Roy must find a way to stop his boss from pursuing them while trying to outrun the demons from his and Rocky’s pasts. 10

AMC Classic Solon 16 (map)
6185 Enterprise Pkwy
Central OH
phone 8058320253
GALVESTON in Theaters

Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings

Sat., Oct. 20

The third film in Tsui Hark’s “Detective Dee” series, Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings takes place in 7th-century China, during the Tang dynasty. In this installment, Di Renjie (aka Detective Dee) tries to protect the all-powerful Dragon-Taming Mace from a band of sorcerers working for the diabolical Empress Wu. The film makes its Cleveland debut tonight at 8:55 at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. Tickets cost $10, $7 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

12 Hours of Terror

Sat., Oct. 20

The crown jewel of Cleveland's horror movie screenings is the annual 12 Hours of Terror. Curated each year by Cleveland Cinemas' Dave Huffman, this Halloween highlight event will feature Phantasm, Bubba Ho-Tep, Candyman, The Human Centipede, Event Horizon, The Hills Have Eyes and the highly debated and coveted "secret screening." We've featured this event as the "Best Place to Binge Watch Movies That Isn't Netflix," because absolutely nothing beats the all-day marathon of gruesome goodness. It begins at 8 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets cost $30. (BJ Colangelo)

Krues Class - Pro Photography Masterclass

Oct. 20-21, 3-6 p.m.
phone 216-203-0067
booking@blurredimagemedia.com
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2 Day Masterclass :) Stop wishing you knew what to do with a camera and come learn how to start, maintain, and grow a photography business from scratch! Industry professional Krue Monroe will show you exactly how. Day 1: How to shoot in-studio fashion and headshot photography (indoor) Day 2: How to do outdoor fashion portrait photography (outdoor) Tickets and More Information: www.blurredimagemedia.com $125.00

https://blurredimagemedia.com/classes-1/
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Lab Studios (map)
2460 Lakeside Avenue
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 2163742367
eventsinthecle@gmail.com
Krues Class - Pro Photography Masterclass

Retro Halloween Weekend

Sun., Oct. 21

As is traditional, the Aut-O-Rama Drive-In will close out its season with special screenings of retro horror classics, including family-friendly options. On the scarier side of things, the new reboot of Halloween is scheduled to play alongside three of the following four films: Hellraiser, The Thing, Return of the Living Dead or Evil Dead 2. For families, Goosebumps 2, E.T., Ghostbusters and Corpse Bride are slated to screen with Little Shop of Horrors serving as the backup for Goosebumps 2. Consult the website for more information. (Colangelo)

Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In (map)
33395 Lorain Rd.
Western Suburbs
phone 440-734-1786

Boxcar Bertha

Sun., Oct. 21

Martin Scorsese's Boxcar Bertha helped put the young filmmaker on the map. Released in 1972, the movie follows an Arkansas farm girl (Barbara Hershey) as she becomes a Robin Hood-like train robber during the Depression. David Carradine, John Carradine, Barry Primus and Bernie Casey co-star. Tonight at 6:30, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque shows a 35mm print of the film. Tickets are $12, $9 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

Milford Graves Full Mantis

Sun., Oct. 21

An innovative jazz drummer and percussionist who performed with the likes of Albert Ayler, Milford Graves is the subject of the new documentary feature, Milford Graves Full Mantis. In the film, Graves speaks so eloquently about his drumming that he sounds like a spoken word artist. The movie makes its Cleveland premiere today at 1:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $10, or $7 for CMA members. (Niesel)

BEYOND THE SKY In Theaters September 21

Every 6 days, 7 p.m.

Chris Norton has been hearing about alien abductions his entire life but, in his gut, he knows they are not real. Setting out to disprove the alien abduction phenomenon once and for all, he attends a UFO convention to meet alleged abductees and reveal the truth behind their experiences. It is only when he meets Emily, who claims to have been abducted every seven years on her birthday, that Chris realizes there may be more to these claims than meets the eye.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgIGff9H9ss
Atlas Cinemas Diamond Center (map)
9555 Diamond Centre Drive
Mentor/Lake County
phone (440)352-8822
BEYOND THE SKY In Theaters September 21

Vox Luminis

Wed., Oct. 24

Led by founder and artistic director Lionel Meunier, the Belgian early-music vocal ensemble Vox Luminis, which performs at 7:30 tonight at the Cleveland Museum of Art, gives over 60 concerts a year. The group has played in Belgium and across Europe, releasing 12 albums during the course of its career. Tonight's show will feature special guests Anthony Romaniuk (organ) and Ricardo Rodriguez Miranda (viola da gamba). The concert will mark the group's debut at the museum. Tickets are $38 to $53 for museum members, or $43 to $59 for non-members. (Niesel)

I Am Evidence Movie Screening & Discussion

Wed., Oct. 24, 6:30-9 p.m.
phone 216-368-1655
mandelschoolevents@case.edu

Join the Mandel School of Applied Sciences Student-Alumni Network and the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education for the I AM EVIDENCE movie screening and discussion. The film is produced by the Joyful Heart Foundation and Mariska Hargitay (Law & Order: SVU) and exposes the shocking number of untested rape kits in the United States today. Free

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-am-evidence-movie-screening-discussion-tickets-48848379819
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