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Oscar Roundatable: George Clooney talks about his time
as a shoe salesman in a Cincinnati department store.
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
Cincinnati World Cinema Film Events...
Oscar Shorts & More
The Oscar-Nominated Live Action
& Animated Short Films
April 12 at the Centennial Barn
Event info – trailers, film details & more
Scenes from Oscar Shorts, 2015 at the Carnegie
Photos by Susan Pratt
Congratulations to Cincinnati's Patrick Osborne
on winning the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film !!
Meet Tom and Vicki Osborne at this weekend's screenings.
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Thank you for visiting CWC.
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