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Ciné Arts Cleveland! presents EAT DRINK WATCH OSCARS A benefit for the Cinematheque
Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque
Cleveland, OH
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Ciné Arts Cleveland! presents EAT DRINK WATCH OSCARS A benefit for the Cinematheque
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Greater Cleveland film lovers will gather at the Cinematheque at the Cleveland Institute of Art on Sunday, February 24th to attend the Cleveland première screening of the highly acclaimed Swiss film Sister (2012). Sister was submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by Switzerland for Oscar consideration in the Foreign Language category.

The event will begin with the film Sister at the Cinematheque.  Showtime is 4:30 p.m.  Tickets will include admission to the film at Cinematheque followed by a celebration of film at Nighttown.  Included will be a welcoming cocktail and hors d'oeuvres followed by a sit-down three-course meal and unlimited discussion of the Oscar Nominees and Awards.  Tickets are priced at $100 with $50 classified as tax-deductible donations to the Cinematheque.

Nighttown
12387 Cedar Road
Cleveland, OH 44106
on Cedar Hill, just west of Fairmount

Before, during and after dinner, party goers will be treated to large-screen televisions for the red carpet and OSCAR awards presentations.

Serious cinéphiles will have a special quiet room devoted to watching the telecast only.

About the film:

SISTER
(L'ENFANT D'EN HAUT)
France/Switzerland, 2012, Ursula Meier

Switzerland's official entry for this year's foreign film Oscar is one of the most acclaimed movies of 2012, with an overall metacritic.com rating of 81 (out of 100). It's a haunting "up-mountain, down-mountain" drama about a 12-year-old boy who steals from wealthy guests at an Alpine ski resort in order to support his desperate, down-and-out older sister (Léa Seydoux of Farewell, My Queen ) who lives in a decrepit apartment in the valley below. With Gillian Anderson. From the director of Home; beautifully lensed by Claire Denis' regular cinematographer Agnès Godard. Cleveland premiere. French with subtitles. 35mm. 97 min. www.adoptfilms.com

For those who may not recognize the event title, EAT DRINK WATCH OSCARS, it is a take-off  from Cinematheque Director John Ewing's creative mind on Ang Lee's  1994, Oscar-nominated film:  Eat Drink Man Woman.

Tickets available here or by calling Liz Huff at CIA 216-421-7957.  Walk-ups will be accepted at CIA Cinematheque the day of, if available (cash only).

Patrons will also receive complementary 2013 memberships in both Ciné Arts Cleveland! ($5) and Music Cleveland! ($10).

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Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque (View)
11141 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
United States


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Film > Other
Other > Fundraisers

Minimum Age: 21

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