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'TiMER' set for film fest opening
February 3, 2010 - Andy Gray
“TiMER,” a romantic comedy with sci-fi undertones, will be the opening night film for the 34th Cleveland International Film Festival.
Writer/director Jac Schaeffer will attend the opening night festivities with his film, which is about a device that is implanted in a person’s wrist that will count down to the day when its wearer finds true love. The problem for Oona O’Leary is that her TiMER is blank – her soulmate has no TiMER. Tired of waiting to find true love as she approaches her 30th birthday, she starts a relationship with younger supermarket clerk.
The movie stars Emma Caulfield (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer’’), John Patrick Amendori (“Gossip Girl”), Michelle Borth (“The Forgotten”) and Jobeth Williams (“The Big Chill,” “Poltergeist”).
The festival runs March 18-28 at Tower City Cinemas in downtown Cleveland. Tickets for the opening night gala are $125. The full film fest lineup will be announced on Feb. 15.
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Emma Caulfield stars in "TiMER," the opening night film for the 34th Cleveland International Film Festival.