Akron-Summit County Public Library
Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 7
Cedar Lee Theatre
Chagrin Falls (multiple venues)
Cleveland Museum of Art
Forest City Brewery
Knights of Columbus Hall No. 5173
Lorain Palace Theater
Metropolitan at the 9, Autograph Collection
Norwood Inn Hudson Conference Center
Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square
Shaker Square Cinemas
Strosacker Auditorium at Case Western University
The Front Stage Theater and Film Company
Tower City Cinemas
Tri-C Metro Campus, Gill and Tommy Lipuma Building’s Wifi Cafe
80 Screams International Film Festival
Akron-Summit County Public Library
Cleveland International Film Festival
CWRU Film Society
Digital Cinema Group - DCGMetro
NOACA (Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency)
Northern Ohio Videographers Association (NOVA)
River City Pop Culture Fest
Short. Sweet. Film Fest.
World Entertainment Online
November 30 (Friday) 7:30 pm - December 2 (Sunday) 7:00 pm EST
For its first year as a Film Festival, 80 Screams International Film Festival is coming to Rootstown OH from Nov 30th to Dec 2nd at the Hall on 4083 Tallmadge
For its first year as a Film Festival, 80 Screams International Film Festival is coming to Rootstown OH from Nov 30th to Dec 2nd at the Hall on 4083 Tallmadge Rd. Rootstown, OH 44272. It is primarily a Horror Film Festival to provide some Nightmares before the Christmas season, however there will be other genres shown as well.
There will also be speakers/panels, workshops and concessions. Concession sales will be donated to the local Rootstown KofC.
Tickets can be found on FilmFreeway at
https://filmfreeway.com/80Screams/tickets and tickets are limited!!!
You’ll be able to vote on your favorite films and the winners will be announced that Sunday. The itinerary for the three days will be posted on Facebook 80 Screams International Film Festival the weekend of Nov 10th.
Fri Starts @ 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Sat Starts @ 10:00am until 10:00pm
Sun Starts @ 11:30am until 5:00pm, Award Ceremony 5:15pm
Speaking of some Nightmares before Christmas, the local KofC will be doing their annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser so if there are any left, and if you haven’t gotten your tree yet, you could multitask and bring a Christmas tree home as well.
Knights of Columbus Hall No. 51734083 Tallmadge Rd.Knights of Columbus meeting hall
(Saturday) 10:30 am - 3:00 pm EST
Want to get started making films, but are a little intimidated by all of the technical details of using a camera? Do you own a DSLR, but aren't sure how
Want to get started making films, but are a little intimidated by all of the technical details of using a camera? Do you own a DSLR, but aren’t sure how to use it to get the shots you see in your head? Are you afraid to use your camera to shoot in manual mode because you don’t know much about exposure, ISO, or how to use all those buttons, menus, or settings?
Veteran filmmaker and photographer Donn R. Nottage demystifies your DSLR camera and breaks down the basics of using it to make movies in this community workshop from Short. Sweet. Film Fest. and Gorilla Film School.
This introductory level workshop will teach you the basics of DSLR filmmaking including:
The basics of image exposure: ISO, aperture, and shutter speed
Some of the standard settings used in filmmaking–why they’re standard, and how to set them up on a DSLR
How lens speed and focal length affect exposure and perspective
Basic principles of cinematography and how they specifically apply to shooting on a DSLR
Basic settings and functions that all DSLR filmmakers should understand on their own cameras
Attendees are encouraged to bring in their own DSLR cameras so they can see how many of the functions, settings, and topics can be directly applied to their own camera.
The workshop will be taught by Cleveland filmmaker and photographer Donn R. Nottage.
Donn R. Nottage has been actively involved in virtually every facet of independent film for many years. He is a cinematographer, actor, director, writer, special make-up effects artist, and professional photographer. He and his wife Renee are eight-time 48HFP veterans, and head up “Velvet Buck Productions,” which has won an array of awards in multiple categories, including Best Film in the inaugural year of the Cleveland 48 Hour Horror Film project. He’s the co-director and cinematographer of Mikhail Tot’s crime comedy feature film, “In Guns We Trust,” and has recently released the film noir feature, “The Final Goodbye,” which he also co-directed and shot. He can be seen in numerous indie films, web, and TV series, including the Smithsonian Channel’s WWII historical series, “Hell Below.”
The workshop will take place in the Valencia Conference Room in The Metropolitan at the 9. There will be a 90 minute break for lunch (not included in registration fee). Attendees are encouraged to eat right in the 9’s full service bar/restaurant.
All workshops are filmed for future content and marketing purposes, and all attendees are required to sign a media release.
Short. Sweet. Community Workshop: Intro to DSLR Filmmaking with Donn R. Nottage
Saturday, December 1st 10:30 am – 3:00pm (90 minute lunch break a 12:00pm, cost of lunch not included in registration fee)
Valencia Room at Metropolitan at the 9 (2017 E. 9th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44115)
Cost: $20 per person
Short. Sweet. Film Fest.firstname.lastname@example.org Short. Sweet. Film Fest. 11459 Mayfield Rd. #408 Cleveland, OH 44106
Metropolitan at the 9, Autograph Collection2017 East 9th StArt, history and luxury blend seamlessly at our iconic downtown Cleveland hotel, a masterpiece of style and technology. Over 20,000sq.ft of unique event space for corporate meetings, celebrations and entertainment
Just in time for the Holidays, Arizona State University film professor (and Akron native) Joe Fortunato premieres his “Fortunato Film School” series at Akron Main Library with a fun analysis
Just in time for the Holidays, Arizona State University film professor (and Akron native) Joe Fortunato premieres his “Fortunato Film School” series at Akron Main Library with a fun analysis of a timeless classic featuring James Stewart, Donna Reed, and Lionel Barrymore. If you think you “know” this popular film, you need to see it with Joe’s informed and often humorous commentary! Featuring a short introduction, and a post-screening discussion, Joe Fortunato gives insight into the filmmaking process and shows how to “read” a film creatively. We are happy to bring Fortunato Film School to the Akron Main Library – it will be a regular series in 2019. Join us and hear “every time a bell rings!” Free.
Akron-Summit County Public Library 60 South High Street, Akron, Ohio 44326
Akron-Summit County Public Library60 S High StThe Akron-Summit County Public Library provides resources for learning and leisure, information services, meeting spaces, and programs for all ages that support, improve, and enrich individual, family, and community life.
The second public screening of "The Final Goodbye," a produced-in-Cleveland, decade-spanning crime drama set in 1961. While investigating a rash of kidnappings, an aging detective encounters mobsters and two shadowy characters
The second public screening of “The Final Goodbye,” a produced-in-Cleveland, decade-spanning crime drama set in 1961.
While investigating a rash of kidnappings, an aging detective encounters mobsters and two shadowy characters from his past who drag him into a deadly game.
Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 722624 Lakeshore Blvd.Mainstream and independent cinema in Euclid, OH
Special film screening of HOT TO TROT at the CEDAR LEE THEATRE in Cleveland Heights. FILMMAKER (& CREW) WILL ATTEND FOR AUDIENCE Q&A AFTER THE MOVIE. Genre
Special film screening of HOT TO TROT at the CEDAR LEE THEATRE in Cleveland Heights. FILMMAKER (& CREW) WILL ATTEND FOR AUDIENCE Q&A AFTER THE MOVIE.
18 (Friday) 8:00 pm - 20 (Sunday) 3:00 am EST
Join us this January 18th and 19th, 2019, to take part in one of CWRU Film Society's most ancient traditions, the 44th annual SCI-FI MARATHON! We'll be posting pieces of the
Join us this January 18th and 19th, 2019, to take part in one of CWRU Film Society’s most ancient traditions, the 44th annual SCI-FI MARATHON!
We’ll be posting pieces of the lineup as the schedule becomes more solidified, so stay tuned!
In addition to our regular schedule we’ll be showing some terrific, vintage cartoons!
Too busy to attend every movie? Don’t worry! For the entire night and access to all the films, a ticket costs $30. However, you can always gain entry to a single movie for $4. (Groupon will not accepted for Thon movies)
Parking will be available on campus in lot 44 (the lot used for the past 5 years), and entry to lot 1A (the lot used prior to lot 44) will be available between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm on January 19.
Pre-sale tickets will be available starting the week before the event, with discounts available for members of the university. Check back later for details. Students will also be able to purchase tickets through the Campus Groups platform.
For more information, please visit: http://films.case.edu/marathon.php
Chances are you’ll never have more fun for 30 dollars. And, it’s legal in 43 states!
CWRU Film Societycomments@films.engl.cwru.edu 10900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106
Strosacker Auditorium at Case Western University10900 Euclid Ave