March 21st, 2014|
The city of Cleveland, Ohio, has a thriving art community that is making a name for itself across the United States and world. The Cleveland Personal Injury Attorneys with the law Firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy explain that now, more people than ever before will be able to see what is happening in the city with the coming of the annual film festival.
The 38th Cleveland International Film Festival will not only feature films made by crews from around the world, but will also feature a competition strictly for filmmakers from the state of Ohio, called the Local Heroes Competition.
A total of seven films will be featured as part of the competition this year, with things kicking off with showings of short films beginning tonight at 9:40 p.m. Then, this coming Sunday, movie lovers can enjoy the critically acclaimed “Only Lovers Left Alive” by Jim Jarmusch.
Other films that will be shown include a documentary about a group of teens found guilty in a string of robberies, titled “The Cooler Bandits”, as well as “Oliver, Stoned” and “OJ: The Musical.”
The lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy realize the importance of art to a well-rounded community and urge citizens to support the arts in Cleveland by going out to watch the movies that are in town over the next several days!