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Monday, April 29, 2013

Gathr sneak peak program debuts at Cedar-Lee Theatre on Wednesday

Posted By on Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 5:46 PM

The Iceman
  • The Iceman

The distribution company Gathr Films brings its year-round sneak preview screening program to Cleveland this week. The program is being rolled out in just 20 cities nation-wide and it kicks off here on Wednesday at the Cedar-Lee Theatre with a 7:30 p.m screening of The Iceman, a true crime flick starring Michael Shannon and Winona Ryder. The program will feature four or more films a month to subscribers who pay an annual fee. "With Gathr Previews, audiences in select cities across the country will have the exciting opportunity to become the trendsetters, previewing films first at premier screenings, even before the New York or Los Angeles openings," says founder/CEO of Gathr Films Scott Glosserman in a press release. “The Previews Program expands Gathr's mission to kick-start a renaissance of movie-going and allows audiences in these cities to participate in the ‘life story’ of the film at a much earlier stage. And thanks to social media, their voices and opinions can be heard immediately." A one month subscription will set you back $19 and three months costs $49. For details about membership and upcoming film schedules please go to: Keep reading for a schedule of films slated to show in May and June.

Here’s the schedule of films slated to show at the Cedar-Lee Theatre:

-The Iceman Wednesday 5/1/13 7:30 PM

-The Deep Wednesday 5/8/13 7:30 PM

-Our Nixon (or alternate title) Wednesday 5/15/13 7:30 PM

-What Maisie Knew Tuesday 5/21/13 7:30 PM

-100 Bloody Acres Wednesday 5/29/13 7:30 PM

-Stuck in Love Wednesday 6/5/13 7:30 PM

-More than Honey Wednesday 6/12/13 7:30 PM

-The Good Son Tuesday 6/18/13 7:30 PM

-Broken Wednesday 6/26/13 7:30 PM


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