Film: Cincy World Cinema's LunaFest

Cincinnati World Cinema is back with LunaFest, a collection of 10 short films "by women filmmakers, for women and the men who care about them." The fest presents multi-genre offerings from across the globe in styles and subject matter that range from amu

Cincinnati World Cinema is back with LunaFest, a collection of 10 short films “by women filmmakers, for women and the men who care about them.” The fest presents multi-genre offerings from across the globe in styles and subject matter that range from amusing (Sandy Widyanata’s Plastic, about a woman whose face becomes like Silly Putty) to affecting (Courtney Cox’s Monday Before Thanksgiving, which stars the ever-compelling Laura Dern as a single woman dealing with the death of her mother).

LunaFest’s two screenings were rescheduled due to the snow storm. New times are 4:30 p.m. Feb. 14 and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at The Carnegie in Covington, and both will also include post-screening discussions.

Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. If you already purchased tickets for the original dates (Feb. 9-10), contact [email protected] for details about reusing them.

Get venue and event information here.

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