Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque to host viewing of Salt and Fire

Former CWRU Physics Professor Lawrence Krauss plays a role in SALT AND FIRE, a new feature film by Werner Herzog that shows on Thursday at 6:45 pm and Friday at 9:35 pm at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, 11610 Euclid Ave. Tickets cost $10; ages 25 & under $7. Description below:

Thursday, May 4, at 6:45 pm &
Friday, May 5, at 9:35 pm
France/Bolivia/USA/Germany/Mexico, 2016, Werner Herzog
Michael Shannon, Gael García Bernal, and former CWRU physics professor Lawrence Krauss star in Werner Herzog’s new film, a thriller in which three ecologists investigating an environmental disaster in South America are kidnapped by the CEO of the corporation that caused the debacle. Soon they find themselves in the Bolivian salt flats near a dormant volcano. “Like all of Herzog’s output, it casts its own strange spell.” –The Guardian. Cleveland theatrical premiere. DCP. 98 min.

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