SOURCE: Crain’s Cleveland Business | Scott Suttell
August 19, 2020
Mary Ann Ponce, director of the highly regarded festival, said all of the 101 documentary films that were selected (out of about 500 submissions) for this year’s event will be available for at-home streaming. The festival, which runs Oct. 6-11, is charging $10 per film, or it has packages that start at $100 for five-day unlimited access to the documentaries. The festival is partnering with Cleveland-based BoxCast, a video streaming company, to offer the service.