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‘Cowboys’ and ‘Identifying Features’ top this week’s streaming movies at Cleveland Cinemas and Cinematheque

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Veteran film actor Steve Zahn showcases his leading man talents as a well-intentioned father in director-writer Anna Kerrigan’s new movie “Cowboys.”

The Cleveland Cinemas (Cedar Lee, the Capitol and Chagrin Cinemas) will be streaming the movie online Jan. 22. The modern western is about a father who runs off with his trans son into the Montana wilderness after his ex-wife refuses to let their child live as his authentic self.

Also on Jan. 22, The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque begins screening director Fernanda Valadez’s impressive film debut, “Identifying Features,” which won an Audience Award in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

The movie revolves around a Mexican mother trying to discover the fate of her adolescent son who left home to cross the U.S. border. The suspenseful drama has a 100 percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Virtual screening rooms continue to offer movie lovers a safe way to view first-run films online during a pandemic. Half the proceeds from the virtual films go back to the local theater. Costs vary for each film, which is accessible for either 48 or 72 hours.

Here’s a look at new and current films streaming this weekend through Cinematheque and Cleveland Cinemas:

OPENING FRIDAY

“Cowboys”

Director-writer Anna Kerrigan’s “Cowboys” stars Steve Zahn as a well-intentioned father, who runs off with his trans son into the Montana wilderness after his ex-wife refuses to let their child live as his authentic self. (Cleveland Cinemas)

“The Hand”

This film was initially a segment of the 2004 anthology film, “Eros.” Director Wong Kar-wai’s “The Hand,” set during the 1960s, recently received an extended

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