The Cleveland International Film Festival is celebrating its 40th year, and they are doing it in style.

Patrick Shepherd, associate director of the CIFF, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the growth of the festival the last 15 years, in which over 100,000 movie goers will pass through the proverbial turnstiles. Shepherd talked about how the films are selected for the festival, which includes the ESPN 30 For 30 film called 'Believeland,' which chronicles the struggles of Cleveland's sports teams and their struggles.

The festivities kick off on March 30th and go through April 10th at Tower City Cinemas in downtown Cleveland.

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