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Skylight sponsors CIFF, Ohio’s premier film event
Skylight Financial Group's LGBT Resource Team is delighted to be an official Gold Sponsor, for the 3rd consecutive year, of the Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) taking place this March. Running for over three decades and with an attendance of over 93,000 last year, CIFF has become one of the largest and longest running film festivals in the US. This year’s 38th Festival promises, as always, to bring together people from all walks of life to experience the newest and best films from around the world and ensure that its audience learns something along the way – about other cultures, about the topic at hand or about the experience from the filmmakers themselves. Over 200 filmmakers and other special guests will attend.
“We are very excited to be part of CIFF for the third year in a row. It’s a fantastic festival in our hometown which helps people discover the power of the film arts to educate, entertain and celebrate the human experience. There’s something there for everyone from family-friendly films to films that address social issues including feminism, environmentalism and LGBT themes,” says Dan Brennan, Chief Marketing Officer, Skylight Financial Group.
The 38th Cleveland Film Festival will take place from March 19th – 30th at the Tower City Cinemas in Tower City Center. Approximately 180 feature films and over 160 short subject films from at least 60 countries will be presented and all within the one location. Click here for further details on the line-up.
Skylight has a unique discount code that will get you, friends and family $2 off each ticket. Here's how to benefit from this great discount:
Online: Use the code "SKY" when purchasing tickets at www.clevelandfilm.org (available 24 hours a day)
Phone: Use the code "SKY" when calling the Film Festival Box Office at 877.304.FILM (3456).
In-person: Use the code "SKY" at the Film Festival Box Office in the lobby of Tower City Cinemas.
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