Center for Inquiry–Northeast Ohio is serving as a Community Partner with the Cleveland International Film Festival again this year. CFI's film this year is IN THE NAME OF THE SON (a black comedy about the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church). Fortunately there's a Friday night screening so it should work well as a meetup for those who are interested. Lincoln Tap House and Hard Rock Cafe (both in Tower City) will be open afterwards for food and drink and post-film discussion.
Movie actually starts at 8:35, but it's a good idea to get there at least a half hour early to get in line and be assured of a decent seat.
Also, it's best to buy your tickets in advance. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 7 @ 11 a.m. Buy online at clevelandfilm.org, by phone at[masked]-FILM (3456) or in person at Tower City Cinemas. Be sure to use our discount code CFI to get $2 off each ticket purchase (reg. $14)--good for all purchases to all movies at the festival.
Watch the trailer on Vimeo:
Even if the movie looks iffy to you, please consider coming just to support the festival and CFI. CIFF gives CFI-NEO (and tons of other area nonprofits) the opportunity to reach a huge audience in return for our efforts to promote our partnered film. If you can't make this Friday screening, the movie also shows Thur., March 20 @ 2:20 p.m. and Sun., March 23 @ 9:30 a.m.