One of my favorite signs of spring in Northeast Ohio is the appearance of hundreds of movies from around world during the Cleveland International Film Festival. For 11 days you have your choice of more than 300 movies, many of which will never make their way into your local multiplex.
This year, we hope you’ll join us to see one very special film: More Than Honey. This film tells the story of our dwindling honeybee population—a tale with local impact.
Director Markus Imhoof, a third-generation beekeeper in Switzerland, takes us on a search for the missing honeybees—visiting beekeepers, industry insiders and even, most dramatically, the bees themselves. Whether you’re an avid beekeeper, a honey enthusiast or simply curious about the future of our food, More Than Honey will help you understand the significance of these remarkable insects that are responsible for sustaining two-thirds of the world’s food.
Screenings will take place at noon on Saturday, April 13 and 6:50pm on Sunday, April 14 at Tower City Cinemas.
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