CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland International Film Festival broke attendance records last year, so they made some changes to allow more people to attend.
This year they believe they may be on pace to be the largest in the city's history.
This marks the third year they've taken over all 10 of Tower City's screens, increasing 142 percent in size since 2003. They've featured about 350 films from 65 countries and are on expecting to add over $4 million to the local economy.
The festival's associate director, Patrick Shepherd, says so far the talk has been about "Good Ol Freedom," a film that recounts the times of the Beatles secretary.