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Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival

Alli Walker
Tuesday March 12
Start the ReelAbilities Film Festival by watching Shameless: The Art of Disability and a discussion with the film's star, David Roche, following the movie. Enjoy a nice dinner and hit up the after party where the Naked Karate Girls are performing. This event kicks off the film festival that showcases more than 17 screenings with a portion of the proceeds benefitting local nonprofit agencies such as The Autism Society, Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati, Greater Cincinnati Down Syndrome Association and more. 

Where: National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Phone: 513-333-7500
Address: 50 E. Freedom Way
Website: http://www.cincyra.org/

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

50 E. Freedom Way
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
The nation’s newest monument to freedom explores courage, cooperation and perseverance through films and artifacts. A 19th-century slave pen has been rebuilt as a walk-through experiential exhibit. Features permanent and traveling exhibitions.
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