PHOTO BOOTH: Doc10 in Chicago at Davis Theater and ChiTown Movies
It’s great to see film festivals back in theaters! The Doc10 Film Festival recently wrapped up its annual showcase of the top documentaries from around the world, and this year’s iteration featured a mix of live premieres at the Davis Theater in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood, as well as a trip to the Chitown Movies Drive-In, which became a popular destination as film festivals found their way through the challenges of the past year.
Let’s take a look at some photographic highlights from the festival, courtesy of Doc10 and photographer James Richards IV of Distract Your Face. Screen has a few highlights here and then you can click right here to enjoy the full gallery on our Facebook home…
The Doc10 Film Festival launched in 2016 to bring premieres of 10 highly curated documentary films to Chicago in a neighborhood setting as an extension of the work of Chicago Media Project (CMP). CMP’s goal is to bring Chicago cinematically powerful non-fiction films to illustrate the power of great storytelling in media to entertain, ignite, inspire and activate audiences.
Click right here for the full Screen Magazine Photo Gallery from Doc10 on our Facebook page!
Click here for a look at the film lineup of the 2021 Doc10 festival.