Cleveland International Film Festival promises cascade of rich, immersive cinema

CIFF43 features 407 films, and is set to attract more than 100,000 people

Cleveland International Film Festival promises cascade of rich, immersive cinema
"Princess of the Row" is one of more than 400 films that is set to make an impact at CIFF43. (Credit: Cinequest/YouTube)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Lights, camera, Cleveland.

The 43rd annual Cleveland International Film Festival is lifting the curtain on more than 400 films from 71 countries that cater to both art scene and mainstream audiences.

The festival, which has gained a significance level of prominence over the decades, is running from March 27 to April 7 at Tower City Cinemas.

The two-week event is expected to draw in more than 100,000 people.

One of this year’s anticipated films is Princess of the Row. Watch the trailer here:

Good news is, moviegoers can knock a $1 off each ticket when entering “WOIO” while making purchases.

Cleveland 19 will welcome CIFF43 organizers this Monday on Sunny Side Up at 9 a.m.

For the complete list of films and trailers, click here.

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