The Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, named one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World" by MovieMaker Magazine, is seeking volunteers for this year's festival.
Organizers plan to present over 50 films in a variety of Cincinnati venues, including Music Hall, the Contemporary Arts Center, the Art Academy of Cincinnati and Woodward Theater. The Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival is the nation's first diversity festival led by the disability community. Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled (LADD), a disability services and advocacy organization, organizes the festival each year.
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If you want to be a part of bringing the community together through film, the OTR International Film Festival is seeking the following volunteer gigs for its annual festival from July 6-8:
- Pre-event set-up
- Gala volunteers (July 6)
- Lead volunteers
- Ushers and way-finders
- Concessions, souvenirs and hospitality
- Post-event tear-down
Training for all volunteers will be provided June 27. Volunteers will also receive a festival t-shirt and four movie tickets. To sign up to be a volunteer, visit otrfilmfest.org.
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