Western Cuyahoga Audubon is Community Sponsor for MAN DIVIDED (Qeda), 42nd Cleveland International Film Festival
Western Cuyahoga Audubon is Community Partner to MAN DIVIDED (Qeda), the first Danish sci-fi feature film for 20 years depicts a smashed, flooded Copenhagen in 2095 at this year's Cleveland International Film Festival.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon joins a #CIFF42 Community Partner Network of 169 organizations.
Description: "The Year is 2095. The world is ravaged by an environmental disaster. The seas have risen and all natural freshwater has disappeared. The intelligence chief Fang Rung has undergone a molecular division to send his second half, under the name of Gordon Thomas, back to the year 2017. Gordon is hunting for researcher Mona Lindkvist, whose groundbreaking research was lost before it could save the world. When Fang Rung loses contact with Gordon, he sees no other resort than traveling back to 2017 and trying to find his other half before the world's balance suffers irreversible damage. Fang Rung is now in a race for the time to save himself and the world." Read Online at Cleveland International Film Festival
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