CLEVELAND - The Cleveland International Film Festival, in its 38th year, starts Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Tower City becomes movie HQ this week with more than 500 films from 68 countries. That’s about 45 screenings a day.
More than 92,000 people attended the festival last year.
This year, if you want to see something that hails from a little closer to home, check out “The Yank,” directed by Shawn Lackey.
CIFF runs through March 30th and tickets are $12/movie for members and $14/movie for non-members.