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Cleveland International Film Festival announces fall online event series

The events are part of the countdown to 2021's CIFF45

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland International Film Festival has announced a list of fall-fun events to kick off its new year. 

The programs will be spread out over several months, and fans will be sent a voucher code for them to stream films from the comfort of their own home. 

Aggie: September 24-27. 

The first program kicks off at the end of September, with a dedicated look at Cleveland's own Agnes "Aggie" Gund. Viewers can take part in the event from September 24-24. Tickets for "Aggie" are $15 and more info can be found here

CIFF Streams + Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards: September 29- October 4.

The program is available for anyone who wants to stream and the films will become available at 9:00 a.m. daily. The free event will include post-film, pre-recorded moderated discussions.  Click here for more information. Registration is required. 

Halfway to CIFF45: October 7-October 10. 

Enjoy some of the most iconic films to pass through Cleveland for only $5, and celebrate the halfway point to CIFF45. The event will also show off short films, pre-recorded conversations with filmmakers, and special guests. 

For more info, click here

FILMSLAM® Streams: Date to be determined. 

"We are thrilled to announce the second iteration of FilmSlam® Streams is set to launch in the next few weeks," a press release from CIFF reads, "The program will once again offer educators digital access to hundreds of films and accompanying study guides (when available) to use as part of their classroom curriculum. In addition, CIFF will provide opportunities for educators and students to engage with filmmakers through Q&As." 

Educators who are interested in taking part can contact the Special Programs Director, Beth Steele Radisek at beth@clevelandfilm.org.