Cincinnati World Cinema
Greetings cinema friends from Rome, Rio, Montreal, Cairo, Barcelona, Mumbai, Sydney, & Ukraine !!
Thank you for visiting CWC.
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CWC Volunteers Margaret Swallow and Karen Fazzio, and Coffee Emporium owner Eileen Schwab were featured in a recent Cincy Magazine special on P&G alums...
Left to Right: Karen Fazzio, Margaret Swallow, Eileen Schwab and Lorena Calvo
Ongoing Film Programs
U.C. Main Street 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.
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.
Cincinnati Public Library
Cincinnati Museum Center Omnimax
The Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library
Were you part of the Oscar Shorts full houses in March?
THANK YOU CINCINNATI
for another year of sellouts !!
CWC welcomed eight international visitors for the screening of
The World Before Her and Elza on International Women's Day.
Hosted by the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council, they were in town under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program and the Institute of International Education.
Left to Right, top row: Tatiana Mata, Mozambique; Qivioq Kreutzmann, Denmark; Firuza Nabieva, Tajikistan; filmmaker Mariette Monpierre, Lara Shukralla, Bahrain; Tim Swallow.
Seated: Margaret Swallow; Sanela Shkrijelj, Macedonia; Jumana Salous, Palestine; Glenn Carey, State Dept.; Funlola Tinubu, Nigeria; Ecem Baran, Turkey.
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