The Cleveland Film Festival has begun at Tower City in downtown Cleveland. It's a great resource for people who are serious about film.
Sunday, I went to see a comedy, "Putzel," about a Jewish guy in New York who struggles with the family lox business and the women in his life. It reminded me a little bit of Woody Allen.
One of the producers, Rick Moore, got up after the movie and answered questions. It's the kind of extra that's often featured at the film festival's movies. Moore said social media would help his distribute the movie, so when I got home I followed the movie on Twitter and liked it on Facebook.