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Patrick Lives On Film Submissions Open Through January 15

The 7th Annual Patrick Lives On Film Showcase sponsored by Resolution Studios and Cinespace Studios takes place at Resolution Studios on Saturday, February 24, 2024. And there is still time for you to submit your film to be considered for the showcase.

This fundraiser is an exhilarating way to hang with members of the Midwest film industry professionals. Relax while enjoying complimentary food and cocktails provided by numerous Chicago fine eating establishments. View two hours of local filmmaker’s latest shorts films, commercials, feature teasers and videos, and chances to win raffle prizes including camera packages, lighting, audio and casting packages.

Patricia Frontain, Founder and President of Patrick Lives On says, “ This fundraising event is an opportunity for our local film community to showcase their work while helping raise funds for a worthy cause. My son Patrick lives on to encourage all filmmakers to create and share their stories through film.”

Submissions are open to all Midwest area filmmakers through January 15, 2024. For submission guidelines, click here.

ABOUT PATRICK LIVES ON
PATRICK LIVES ON is a group of loving and determined citizens working together to keep Chicago area youth safe and engaged. Patrick Lives On provides financial assistance to junior high and high school students for extra-curricular activities enabling them to lead positive and productive paths in life. In addition, The Patrick Boswell Courage Award has been established for Chicago Metro 8th graders to encourage and reward students who resist violence.

The Patrick Lives On message is distributed through the production of Public Service Announcements, Anti-Violence and Inspirational-themed Short-Films and Charity Fundraising Events designed to drive community and corporate awareness. Patrick Lives On is a registered 501(c)(3) non- profit organization. More information at www.patrickliveson.org

PATRICK LIVES ON stands by its motto “BE STRONG. Use Words. Not Violence.”

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