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No Impact Man: Cedar Lee Theater / Felices on Larchmere

From: Jims
Sent on: Sunday, October 4, 2009 8:06 PM
Hi everyone

We had a good crowd last night at Revanche last night. Thanks to Bill for organizing such an enjoyable event. The movie was quite visual (especially the first half) and quite thought provoking.

We still have room for Loren Cass this Wednesday at the Art Museum. I hope you will be able to join me.

Then, on October 24, we are seeing The Debt as part of the Jewish Film Festival. I will be purchasing tickets this Friday so if you want me to get one for you, just use paypal for $10.

Finally, as many of you know, our world quality film festival depends on contributions to continue to be successful. If you have it in your heart or pocketbook, support them by attending one of their film Festival "Feasts". I usually go to one or two each year and they are quite enjoyable. Here is a sample of some coming in the next month.

Wednesday, October 14th 2009 at 6:30 PM
Hosted by: Lauren Rich Fine* and Gary Giller
$50.00 per guest / tickets available: 38

In the rapidly changing world of media, how are
the different outlets adapting in order to keep
their audiences coming back? What role has
social media played?
Meet us at a beautiful east side home where
Lauren Rich Fine, former Wall Street media
analyst, will moderate a discussion among three
of Cleveland?s most celebrated print, radio, and
television industry insiders. Join us for an in-depth
look at the state of media and what the future
holds with The Plain Dealer editor, Susan
Goldberg; WMJI radio personality, Jimmy
Malone; and television personality, Tim White.

Special thanks to: Magic 105.7 WMJI

Gettin' Square
Saturday, October 17th 2009 at 10:00 AM
Hosted by: Joe Arezone* and Matt Zone
$50.00 per guest / tickets available: 15

?The Gordon Square Arts District is the
economic cornerstone of Cleveland?s West Side
where a powerful combination of housing, new
businesses, the arts and neighborhood beautification
are sparking the development of new
jobs for residents.? (
Councilman Matt Zone will be our tour guide as
we board Lolly the Trolley for an excursion into
one of Cleveland?s most prominent up and coming
neighborhoods, Gordon Square Arts District.
Councilman Zone will fill us in on all the going-ons
in the neighborhood, including a tour of the
newly revamped and historic Capitol Theatre. We?ll
end our morning at Luxe, refueling and recharging
ourselves on their tasty food and beverages.

Special thanks to: Gordon Square Arts District Lolly the Trolley Luxe Kitchen & Lounge

Beer League
Thursday, November 5th 2009 at 6:45 PM
Hosted by: Great Lakes Brewing Company
$50.00 per guest / tickets available: 24

Celebrate Cleveland and sign up for an insider?s
look at one of Cleveland?s most beloved
institutions, Great Lakes Brewing Company
(GLBC). Don?t miss the opportunity to take this
behind-the-scenes tour of the brewery and see
how and where all of our favorite beers are made.
After the tour we will make our way to the GLBC
Tasting Room where we will sample beers and
some of GLBC?s most delicious hors d?oeuvres.

Special thanks to:Great Lakes Brewing Company

To see all the Feasts, go to:

No Impact Man has been getting great reviews and is our next great movie. It is about a family who decides to chuck all the conveniences of life to lessen dramatically their impact on the earth. It really sounds great.
When: October 18,[masked]:15 PM

Cedar Lee Theatre
2163 Lee Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Fee: $1.50 or $5 for 2009.

If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP "No" or "Maybe" as well as "Yes".)

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