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Boston Music Company Gratitude Sound Names Jeff Turlik as Creative Director, Based in NYC 

Acclaimed music company Gratitude Sound, headquartered in Boston, MA, is expanding its East Coast footprint by naming Jeff Turlik as its new Creative Director. The announcement was made today by Bryan Hinkley, Owner, Gratitude Sound. Based in New York City, Turlik will work as a Composer and Creative Director within Gratitude’s roster. In addition, he will interact with New York-based advertising agency and brand clients, help...
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Mar
2022
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PHOTO BOOTH: 5th Annual Patrick Lives On Film Showcase; ‘Chicago Fire’ Star Among Guests

The 5th Annual Patrick Lives On Film Showcase, sponsored by Resolution Digital Studios and Cinespace Film Studios, took place at Resolution Studios on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The organization was founded by Patricia Frontain, whose 20+ years in the film and television industry as a script supervisor is highlighted by her current work on the NBC series Chicago P.D. Special guests among the capacity crowd...
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Mar
2022
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HBO Max ‘Computer School’ Pilot Filming in Detroit; SNL Alum Tim Robinson Stars

A Detroiter is bringing a TV series back home to Michigan once again. HBO has given a pilot green light to Computer School, a single-camera comedy written/executive produced by Saturday Night Live alums Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin. Robinson will co-star in the pilot, and sources tell SCREEN Computer School will film in Detroit, April 1st through the 8th. In Computer School, a recent high...
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Mar
2022
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Neha Datt Schultz Answers Five Questions with SCREEN

What do Captain America, Foo Fighters, and the best sushi ever have in common? They’re all here as Picture North Executive Producer and Head of Development Neha Datt Schultz answers Five Questions with SCREEN. Let’s get to it! If you could be a part of any band or musical group in history, what would it be? Why? NEHA: Tough question. So many answers. Playing drums alongside Dave...
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Mar
2022
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Formula 1 Star, Cutters, M Booth Bring Passion to New Patron Spot

Passion, pride, and perfection are at the heart of the new Patron spot released this month, and at the core of the collaboration between Cutters Studios and M Booth on the campaign. The action follows Formula 1 driver Sergio “Checo” Perez as he pursues perfection at every turn, showcasing passion and a mastery of craft he and Patrón Tequila both share. SCREEN chatted with Cutters...
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Mar
2022
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Full Frame Announces Lineup; Festival Will Take Place Exclusively Online

Full Frame announces the official festival selections for the virtual 25th Annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, which takes place online April 7–10, 2022. The NEW DOCS lineup and Invited Program include 37 titles from 18 countries, comprising 22 feature films and 15 short films, with two world premieres, one North American premiere, and three U.S. premieres. Thirty films will screen as part of NEW DOCS...
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Mar
2022
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Chicago Latino Film Festival Announces Closing and Late Night Selections

The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival announced today its selections for their Closing and Late Night screenings at ChiTown Movies Drive-In, 2343 S. Throop St., Saturday, April 30th.  The Festival closes with the Midwest premiere of Chilean director Francisca Alegría’s feature debut The Cow who Sang a Song into the Future starring Mía Maestro, Alfredo Castro and Leonor Varela. The gates for the Closing Night...
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Mar
2022
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OddMachine signs Director Marcus K. Jones 

Chicago and LA based Production and Post company OddMachine has welcomed a new talent to its Directorial roster: New York based Director Marcus K. Jones. OddMachine, a full-service company specializes in unconventional solutions to creative challenges, celebrated their 13th anniversary last December. Marcus K Jones brings a  bevy of sharp and sophisticated fashion and beauty work.   “We are thrilled to welcome Marcus to the roster,” said OddMachine...
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Mar
2022
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Wednesday: Reel Black Filmmakers’ South Side Short Film Series Explores Family Dynamics

Reel Black Filmmakers, a program of the Community Film Workshop of  Chicago, will conclude this year’s South Side Short Film Series on Wednesday, March 23rd from 7- 8:30pm via Zoom with films about families. From the mother and daughter charting a successful business path to a father and daughter’s journey across the globe to find their paternal relative to two  young brothers protecting one another...
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Mar
2022
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Chicago Author Carlo Treviso Celebrates His Sicilian Heritage With Debut Thriller Novel

Fact: On March 30, 1282, as the bells of Palermo, Sicily, tolled for Vespers, a Sicilian woman crying “Death to the Angevins!” led a people’s uprising against the French garrison occupying the city. Within six weeks, Sicilian rebels slayed more than three thousand Angevin soldiers across the island. The turbulent events of 1282 became known as the Sicilian Vespers. This spring, Chicago-based author Carlo Treviso...
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