Hamilton, Ohio. The Fitton Center for Creative Arts in Hamilton, Ohio continues its innovative outdoor programming this fall, announcing a new partnership with the Reels on Wheels outdoor mobile cinema, with a screening event on the North Lawn of the Fitton Center, next Saturday October 10, with the first screening session will be at 7:30 pm and second at 8:30 pm.
After a successful summer of safe, family-friendly indie films, the Cindependent Film Festival announces a new film line-up just in time for a spooky October: Thrills on Wheels is a fun spin on the organization’s COVID-response project, Reels on Wheels. The program features five eerie short films from local, national, and international filmmakers. Thrills on Wheels events are free, and Cindependent Film Festival.
The event is family friendly, but parents and guardians are advised that some titles are rated PG. Tickets are FREE, however reservations for the one-hour screening blocks must be made online at: www.cindependentfilmfest.org. Screenings will be open to multiple households at a time, with social distancing markers set up for safe seating. Guests should bring their own chairs and wear masks when arriving.
The event is presented in association with the Hamilton Parks Conservancy, Operation Pumpkin and the Historic Hamilton Log Cabin. The Log Cabin will be open have free entry from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and the screenings are a part of the events happening all over downtown Hamilton as part Operation Pumpkin’s abridged activities this year.
“We love sharing movie experiences,” Cindependent Executive Director Allyson West states. “Cindependent always goes above and beyond when connecting with audiences, and ‘Thrills on Wheels’ is no exception. Costumes are encouraged, the cinema is going to be decked out with ghoulish decor, and the films have been curated specifically to give viewers goosebumps up the back of their necks.”
The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is located at 101 S. Monument Avenue on the Riverfront in downtown Hamilton, Ohio.
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