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Oct
2022
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Marvel’s ‘Ironheart’ Filming in Chicago This Month

More good news for the Chicago production community… and for Chicago comic book diehards. The new Marvel Studios series Ironheart will be filming in the Windy City at the end of the month. Sources tell SCREEN the highly anticipated series will begin filming on or near October 24th, and will be in production through the end of the month. When Ironheart was announced by Marvel...
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Oct
2022
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‘All Happy Families’ Wraps in Chicago, Led by Haroula Rose, Michael Shannon; SCREEN Chats with Co-Writer Coburn Goss

Chicago native Haroula Rose burst onto the independent film world with her debut feature and festival darling Once Upon a River, and she has now wrapped production in Chicago on her sophomore film, the comedic drama All Happy Families. Rose has enlisted several notable fellow Chicagoans to join her on this journey. Oscar nominee and Chicago theatre cornerstone Michael Shannon is on board as Executive...
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Oct
2022
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Filming in Chicago Underway for AppleTV Sci-Fi ‘Dark Matter’ Starring Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Connelly

The highly anticipated blockbuster series Dark Matter has finally arrived in Chicago. Filming in underway in the Windy City, withTop Gun star and Oscar winner Jennifer Connelly and Obi Wan-Kenobi star Joel Edgerton leading the way. The first season will consist of nine episodes. Sources tell SCREEN the series is expected to film in Chicago through April. The series follows Jason Dessen (played by Edgerton),...
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Oct
2022
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Katie Couric Joins List of Chicago International Film Festival Special Guests

The Chicago International Film Festival today announced that award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author Katie Couric, executive producer of NO ORDINARY CAMPAIGN, will appear at an encore presentation of her film. Meanwhile, two new features, SHE SAID and CAUSEWAY, join the Festival’s Women in Cinema program, which today announced a number of special guests for the Festival’s 58th edition, running October 12 – 23, 2022. Film screenings and programs will take place at theaters...
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Oct
2022
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Chicago-based Strange Loop Studios Adds Italian Directing Duo ES.POIRE

From Milan to Chicago. Live action production company Strange Loop Studios has added Italian directing duo ES.POIRE to its roster for exclusive commercial representation in the US.   The Milan-based pair consists of Marzia De Clercq and Filippo Nava. From their initial collaboration on a  short film in 2009, the couple has flourished working side-by-side, growing their rhythmic style, camera  techniques and family. They bind her focus...
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Oct
2022
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The Pickwick Burns Tonight! New Episodes of ‘Fire’ ‘Med’ ‘PD’ Coming Up Wednesday, Here’s Your First Look

The Dick Wolf triumvirate of Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, and Chicago PD brings its loyal #OneChicago fans a round of brand new episodes this Wednesday, October 5th. So what can you expect from this trio of Windy City bands of heroes? Here is a quick rundown of the new episodes set to premiere. Chicago Med Opens the Night at 7 p.m. Central “Winning The Battle,...
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Oct
2022
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Nashville Film Festival Announces Festival Winners, Including Chicago Film ‘The Year Between’

The Nashville Film Festival announces the 53rd edition’s award winners, including best films in each category and the winning scripts in the organization’s esteemed screenplay competition. Brazilian film MARS ONE, written and directed by Gabriel Martins, was named Best Narrative Feature, while Tracey Arcabasso Smith’s RELATIVE earned the Best Documentary Feature award; AND STILL I SING received Best Music Documentary honors, and Chicago filmmaker Alex Heller’s THE YEAR BETWEEN was honored as...
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Oct
2022
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Chicago Alliance of Film Festivals Announced, Will Begin Operations in 2023

Together we are stronger. And with that in mind, an all-new unifying organization has been formed in Chicago. It was announced at FACETS’ annual Screen Gems Benefit last week, honoring the life and career of Chaz Ebert, that the 47-year-old cinema organization will be administering the newly launched Chicago Alliance of Film Festivals (CAFF). CAFF is comprised of Chicagoland-based film festivals, venues, film schools, and industry creatives whose mission is to grow the...
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Sep
2022
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Chicago-Based Agency NEXT/NOW Scores Top Honors in International MUSE Creative Awards

The International Awards Associate organization recently announced the winners of its second annual MUSE Creative Awards program, dedicated to creative professionals who inspire others to greater heights. For the second straight year, Chicago-based innovation agency NEXT/NOW has earned prestigious honors spanning the Experiential & Immersive and Integrated Marketing categories. From the field of over 6,000 entries received from across the world, NEXT/NOW’s wins include bringing...
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