If you've been looking for a reason to visit Cleveland, OH in March, then the Cleveland International Film Festival might be your ticket.

The 2008 festival will screen 130 feature films at Tower City Center. Organizers have included a “10% Cinema” of GLBT themed films.

A hunk of a real estate agent follows his dream to gentrify Chuecatown in Juan Flahn's Boystown. Victor overcomes obstacles in his quest to gentrify Madrid's chic Chuecatown with upwardly mobile gay couples by knocking off old grannies and seducing men. Loosely based on a Spanish comic book.

A Four Letter Word brings together the lives of four Manhattanites working in a sex shop as they attempt to unravel the mysteries of love. Casper Andreas' romantic comedy finds four employees asking questions about love, monogamy, and commitment in a modern world.

Dr. Finn Jefferies re-discovers a bond with daughter Zelly after the death of her partner in Laurie Colbert's Finn's Girl. Finn's Girl is not so much about sexuality, but rather the difficulties of a mother-daughter relationship.

Documentary filmmaker Nitzan Gilady brings us an accounting of explosive events during the summer of 2006 in Jerusalem when the city attempted to host their first-ever series of World Pride events and gay pride parade in Jerusalem Is Proud To Present.

A telemarketer tries to cut ties with his on-again-off-again boyfriend as he struggles with heroin addiction in Rosser Goodman's Holding Trevor. Trevor has been trying for years to walk away from heroin addicted Darrell. After meeting handsome Ephram, he finally seems ready to leave his past behind, but something seems to be holding Trevor back.

Gwen Haworth's autobiographical film, She's A Boy I Knew, documents her gender re-assignment from Steven, an athletic hockey player and husband, to Gwen.

Finding oneself and coming out issues are explored in Jonah Markowitz's Shelter. Zach is in a dead-end fry cook job when he meets Shaun. Despite being warned that Shaun is gay, Zach pursues a friendship. The pair bond while surfing the waves of Southern California and soon Zach starts to realize who he really is.

The 32nd Cleveland International Film Festival runs March 6 – 16. Additional information about the festival can be found at www.clevelandfilm.org

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