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Video Fest

As their school year winds down, students across various majors at the Cleveland Institute of Art are screening videos and short films as part of the CIA's Video Fest. The event culminates with the world premiere of Underexposed, a short documentary raising awareness of Shooting Without Bullets, Cleveland's free camera and youth photovoice program. Following students in the program, the film offers an intimate glimpse into their journeys of self-discovery in the context of racial segregation and economic depression. Underexposed will be screened in CIA's Peter B. Lewis Theater (aka, the Cinematheque). Additionally, students from CIA's advanced video class will screen a new video installation on the third floor of the building. The fest runs from 6 to 8 tonight Admission is free. (Josh Usmani)

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