43rd Cleveland International Film Festival

Folk Alley and WKSU present two screenings of the documentary Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl at the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival. Singer/songwriter Kate Nash rose to pop culture stardom in 2007 on the back of her hit 'Foundations.' But, the music industry and her pop-loving fans abandoned her when she turned to a more experimental style.

WKSU presents two screenings of the documentary Mike Wallace Is Here at the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival. Director Avi Belkin used deep archives of Mike Wallace’s work - including outtakes from his decades at 60 Minutes - for this new biography that traces Wallace's evolution as an interviewer and the changes in journalism from the 1950s into this millennium.

It's time to pack your film fest bag! The Cleveland International Film Festival takes up residence in Tower City Cinemas from March 27 - April 7. Now in its 43rd year, the CIFF brings a wide-range of contemporary international, documentary and American Independent films to thousands of movie fans in Northeast Ohio. The Festival will showcase 211 feature films and 237 short films representing 71 countries during its 12-day run.