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Brand Old Productions & Global Genesis Group present
4 PM Saturday, September 15
7 PM Saturday, September 15
4 PM Sunday, September 16

The Garfield Theatre   719 Race St, Cincinnati, 45202

"Rich, haunting and extremely important storytelling."
    ~ Lisa Roumain, Los Angeles Film Awards

Interstate 75 is a central artery for heroin distribution and Cincinnati is one of highest overdose cities in America. In the award-winning "75" we see the impact of the drug epidemic on four metro area families, the mental health professional who counsels them, and two CPD narcotics detectives struggling to combat the rising tide of drugs and deaths.

75 at Cannes As evidenced by its world premiere at Cannes, the Cincinnati cast and crew have created a hard-hitting story with nuanced direction and powerful performances from a talented ensemble cast. Building on a gripping screenplay, with an excellent score, the pace and tension produce a cinema-verité drama that unfolds like real life.

The filmmakers will be present at all screenings for Q & A. Shot in and around Cincinnati — Pleasant Ridge, Norwood, Mason, Maineville and Covington KY — the production involved roughly 150 area residents. Too lengthy to list on this page, the full cast and crew list is here.

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75, director Joe Zappa; 2017; USA; 97 minutes; Not Rated.

  • Saturday, September 15, 4 PM
  • Saturday, September 15, 7 PM
  • Sunday, September 16, 4 PM

4:00 Screenings: Venue opens at 3:00; seating at 3:30.
7:00 Screenings: Venue opens at 6:00; seating at 6:30.
Late arrivals will be seated at management discretion.
the newly renovated GARFIELD THEATRE, 719 Race St, Cincinnati 45202.  Learn more
Parking Options     Google Map     Drone View
Ample parking at affordable rates —  1,700+ garage spaces within two blocks ‐ Gramercy Garage (next door, enter via Race, 7th or Elm streets), Garfield Garage (9th St., next to the Phoenix) and Macy's Garage (7th Street). Another 363 surface lot spaces within a couple blocks, plus numerous on-street meters.   
Other transport options include the Street Car, Metro, Tank, Uber, Red Bike, etc.
   Ticket prices for the film and post-film discussion are:
   Adult general admission, $10 advance, $15 door.
   Student/ArtsPass general admission, $8 advance, $12 door — must show valid ID upon arrival.
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ADA ACCESS: We have completely revamped and improved ADA access, with a direct path to wheelchair spaces and companion seats (no ramps, no stairs). Individuals using walkers or wheelchairs should call ahead to let us know your screening date and time, (859) 957-3456.
It couldn't be easier — across the street from the Garfield, you'll find the Butcher & Barrel, home of delicious shareables, salads, entrees and desserts, plus excellent wine, craft beer and mixed drinks. General Manager Randy Procter is offering CWC patrons an inaugural 15% discount on your order, excluding alcohol.
You'll need your online ticket purchase confirmation or ticket stub from the event. Discount valid only for the date on your ticket.
Enjoy a pre- or post-film meal or coffee and dessert, or hang at the bar.
Hours: TUE-THS - Dining, 5-10 pm; bar 3:30 - midnight. FRI-SAT - Dining 5-11 pm; bar 3:30 - 2:30. SUN - Dining 5-9 pm; bar 3:30 - 1-pm. Dinner reservations are recommended. Check out the menus and photos: thebutcherbarrel.com.  


Actors Awards, Los Angeles, 2018
WINNER, Jury Prize:
Best Actress
Best Young Actress
Best Ensemble
Best Supporting Actress
NOMINEE, Jury Prize:
Best Actor
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress

Festigious International Film Festival, 2018
WINNER, Jury Prize:
Best Narrative Feature
NOMINEE, Jury Prize:
Best Director
Best Actor
Best Original Score

Los Angeles Film Awards, 2018
WINNER, Jury Award:
Best Picture
Best Narrative Feature
Best Director
Best Editing

New York Film Awards, 2018
WINNER, Jury Prize:
Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Drama
Best Score
Best Supporting Actor
NOMINEE, Jury Prize:
Best Director

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