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Cleveland Silver listings for April 6-12: “The Others” at Case Western Reserve University Film Society & More


Nicole Kidman, Alakina Mann, and James Bentley in a scene from “The Others.” Case Western Reserve University Film Society is presenting the film at 7, 9 and 11 p.m. Friday.  

Friday Magazine Movies Calendar for Friday, Apr 6

Case Western Reserve University Film Society. Strosacker Auditorium, 2125 Adelbert Court, Cleveland. 216-368-2463 or films.cwru.edu. Free parking available at Lot 44 at the intersection of Murray Hill and Adelbert roads (next to the bridge across the train tracks). . $4; $2, children 12 and under. Ten Pass available for $30. “The Others.” (2001/U.S./Spain/France/Italy). 7, 9 and 11 p.m. Friday.(4/6) “My Life as a Dog.” (1985/Sweden). Subtitles. 7 and 9 p.m. Saturday.(4/7)

Cleveland Cinemas’ Cedar Lee Theatre. 2163 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights. 216-321-5411 or clevelandcinemas.com. Melt Bar & Grilled Late Shift series: “The House Bunny.” (2008/U.S.). 9:30 p.m. and midnight Saturday; 7 p.m. Sunday.(4/7-4/8) Melt Bar & Grilled Late Shift series: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” (1975/U.S.) with live cast performances by Simply His Servants. Midnight Saturday.(4/7) $9.75 or $6 if you come in costume.

Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. George Gund Building’s Peter B. Lewis Theater, 11610 Euclid Ave. 216-421-7450 or cia.edu/cinematheque. . $10; $7, Cinematheque members, CIA or Cleveland State University students with ID, and ages 25 and under (proof of age required). A second film on the same day generally costs an additional $7. Free parking. Cleveland Cult Film Festival 9: “Performance.” (1970/United Kingdom). Adults only. 7:30 p.m. Friday; 9:05 p.m. Saturday.(4/6-4/7) Special admission: $11; $8, members, CIA and CSU students with ID, ages 25 and under. No passes, twofers or radio winners. Cleveland Cult Film Festival 9: “King of Hearts.” (1966/France/Italy). Subtitles. New digital restoration. Cleveland revival premiere. 9:35 p.m. Friday; 7 p.m. Saturday.(4/6-4/7) No films. Sunday or Thursday.(4/8-4/12)

Cleveland International Film Festival. At the Cleveland Cinemas’ Tower City Cinemas, 230 W. Huron Road. 1-877-304-3456 or clevelandfilm.org. The film festival features 216 feature films, 253 short subject films (including virtual reality films) from 72 countries at Tower City and other locations. Over 300 guest filmmakers will be in attendance for post-film Q&As and panel discussions. For complete schedule, go to clevelandfilm.org. $16; $14, members or for senior citizens and students in person with ID. Tickets available online, by telephone (1-877-304-FILM), in person at the box office in the lobby of Tower City Cinemas. The 42nd annual Cleveland International Film Festival. Through Sunday, April 15.(4/6-4/12)

Cogswell Hall. 7200 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland. 216-961-1568 or cogswellhall.org. Conversation with filmmaker Dan Habib: “Intelligent Lives: Challenging Myths About Intellectural Disabilities.” Habib’s film “Intelligent Lives” will be shown at the Cleveland International Film Festival at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 and noon, Wednesday, April 11. 7 p.m. Monday.(4/9) Free, but registration required. Go to bit.ly/CogsTalks.

Hudson Library and Historical Society. 96 Library St. 330-653-6658 or hudsonlibrary.org. “Bill Nye: Science Guy.” (2018/U.S.). Preview of a documentary by David Alvarado and Jason Sussbert that will debut on the PBS documentary series POV April 18. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.(4/11) Free, but registration requested. Popcorn will be served, courtesy of the Crazy But True Gourmet Popcorn store.

Lakewood Public Library’s Film series. Main Library’s Auditorium, 15425 Detroit Ave. 216-226-8275 or lakewoodpubliclibrary.org/programs/lakewood-public-cinema. “Goodfellas.” (1990/U.S.). 6 p.m. Saturday.(4/7)



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