Saturday, November 19, 2016

CineYouth Festival - Entries Now Open!



CineYouth Festival - Entries now open
Entries are now open for CineYouth Festival, happening May 4-6, 2017. Our annual celebration of emerging talents in filmmaking, we're looking for short films made by filmmakers 22-years-old and younger to feature at our three-day festival this spring. Mark your calendars, because the whole event is free to attend!
Tonight: A Woman Of Paris

Join Alliance Fran├žaise Chicago for a screening of Charlie Chaplin's A Woman of Paris, including live jazz before the film and a short film selected by Chicago International Film Festival programmers.

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Hubbard Street Dance: Fall Series

Experience dance like never before at Hubbard Street's Fall series (Nov. 17-20), featuring original works by resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, resident artist Brian Brook and more. Festival friends get 20% off with code CIFF20.

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Raising Bertie Opens in Chicago

Official Festival Selection Raising Bertie opens at Gene Siskel Film Center on Friday, November 18. If you missed it at the Festival, be sure to see the film Indiewire calls "astounding and powerful!" 
Unpacking Collections

The DuSable Museum of African American History presents Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, an African American Quilt Scholar, now on exhibit. Explore the deep history and meaningful legacy of this intricate artform.

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The Last Laugh at DOC10

Make plans to catch Official Selection The Last Laugh at a special one-night-only event on Thursday, December 1. Presented by Chicago Media Project, tickets are now available.

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