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    We've lost two passionate supporters of Arts & Humanities.
    RIP Lori Holladay and Renee Alper.
    Lori HolladayRenee Alper
    Lori was the founder and director of the Film Commission for fifteen years; membership director and the driving essence of Voices4theSoul at WNKU; community leader supporting education, arts and music in Ft. Thomas and throughout the region.

    Renee expressed her artistic and intellectual curiosity via support for film and theatre and as a regular presence at local productions for decades. She was a writer, actress, humorist and the driving force behind the Spanish and French meetup groups in Cincinnati; her passion for the arts and advocacy for people with disabilities will be greatly missed.

    We appreciate their support of CWC, the arts and the community over the years and our thoughts and prayers are with their families and friends.




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    and invite you to tune in to 91.7 and 90.9 FM
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    CWC Web Tix

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    CWC Tickets by Phone

    Need personal assistance with tickets?
    Call CWC, 859-957-FILM (859-957-3456).



    CWC Ticket Outlets  
    (** For selected, but not all, events; generally offering single tickets but not combo packages — check the specific CWC event web page or with the outlet before making a trip.)


    Coffee Emporium   513-651-5483
    110 E. Central Pkwy., Cincinnati, 45202   (Downtown in the Emery Bldg), 7 am - 7 pm. everyday.

    Lookout Joe Coffee Roasters   513-871-8626
    3181 Linwood Ave., Cincinnati 45208   (Mount Lookout Square) Mon - Fri, 6:30 am - 10 pm; Sat, 7 am - 10 pm; Sun, 7 am - 8 pm.

    Sitwell's Coffee House   513-281-7487
    324 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati 45220   (Clifton) Sun - Ths, 8 am - 1 am. Friday, Saturday & Holidays, 8 am - 2 am.



    Theatre Box Office

    Carnegie Arts Center   859-957-1940
    1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, KY 41011
    (10 blocks from the Roebling Suspension Bridge)
    Tue - Fri, 12 noon - 5 pm. Closed Sat, Sun and Mon, except on days with events, then open 1 hour before show time.



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    Ongoing Film Programs

    U.C. Main Street Cinema
    Mainstreet Cinema

    Miami University Film Series
    Tue 5:30: French Cinema;
    Tue 7:30: Italian American Culture;
    Ths 5:30: Holocaust and Visual Culture;
    Ths 7:30: European Jewish Cinema.
    muohio.edu

    Indiana University Cinema
    Offers approximately 300 film titles each year on campus in Bloomington — classics, arthouse, docs, international, children's and shorts, plus discussions with visiting filmmakers.
    cinema.indiana.edu

    Cincinnati Public Library
    event calendar
    www.cincinnatilibrary.org

    Cincinnati Museum Center Omnimax
    www.cincymuseum.org.

    The Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library
    www.kentonlibrary.org.

     
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    The 2015 Sundance Short Films

    Sundance Shorts

    Click here for event info, film details, trailer, etc.   Event info – trailers, film details, tickets & more




    Coming Soon...

    The 2015 British Arrows Awards

    The British Arrows Awards

    Coming Soon...

    Thank you to our Cincinnati film family for attending the sold out Oscar Shorts screenings at the Carnegie and the Centennial Barn, glad you enjoyed the films and appreciate your support!

    Scenes from Oscar Shorts, 2015 at the Carnegie

    Cincinnati World Cinema Events

    Welcome to Oscar Shorts & More, 2015, Cincinnati World Cinema

    Photos by Susan Pratt



    Congratulations to Cincinnati's Patrick Osborne
    on winning the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film !!
    And thanks to Tom and Vicki Osborne for speaking at the screenings.


        
        


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