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Film Festival

24
Apr
2021
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Kansas City Underground Film Festival

The Kansas City Underground Film Festival is dedicated to bringing the work of independent filmmakers with unique and underappreciated visions to the people of Kansas City. The Kansas City Underground Film Festival accepts films in every genre, on any topic, from every country worldwide. Our programming emphasizes low-budget (or no-budget) features and short films across all genres. All films are eligible regardless of completion date...
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24
Apr
2021
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Slash and Bash Horror/Sci-Fi Film Festival

This is an opportunity to view horror and sci-fi films already well-known and those created by up and coming stars. Visitors have the opportunity to meet various stars and directors. Past participants have included Patrick Rea, Todd Sheets, Courtney Gaines, Dee Wallace, Adrienne Barbeau, and the cast from Halloween to name a few. The short film showcase will feature the best short horror/sci-first films from...
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5
Jul
2022
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The 29th Chicago Underground Film Festival Lineup Is Packed with World Premieres, Panels, and Parties

Anyone who’s been to CUFF knows that a ticket to the festival doesn’t just get you admission to the films, it’s an admission to a subculture. Set for July 27-31 at the Logan Theatre, this year’s programming further solidifies that with 100+ pieces of video art to debut, panel discussions poised to examine the core of crypto and DAO structures through a speculative lens, after-party...
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4
May
2022
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PHOTO BOOTH: The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival

The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival presented 50 features and 36 shorts from all over Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the United States, April 21st-May 1st. Led by the locally produced Bye Bye Chicago, the Festival this year featured two World Premieres, five North American Premieres, ten U.S. Premieres and ten Midwest Premieres. Here are a few photographic highlights from the festival… The Festival once...
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26
Nov
2021
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Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival

Founded in 1962, MSP Film Society is Minnesota’s foremost film exhibition organization, and a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We bring the best of international and independent cinema to Minnesota audiences through the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, numerous niche film festivals and series, and daily programming 365-days a year. We promote the art of film as a medium that fosters cross-cultural understanding, education, entertainment, and exploration....
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28
Mar
2022
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Chicago Latino Film Festival Announces Two Special Screenings

The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival announced today two special screenings at Instituto Cervantes, 31 W. Ohio St.: Nicolás Postioglione’s feature debut Immersion on Sunday, April 24th and the U.S. Premiere of Javier Espada’s new documentary Buñuel, a Surrealist Filmmaker on Thursday, April 28th. Both events start at 6 p.m. with a reception preceding the screening and a post-screening discussion.  Sponsored by the Consulate General...
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16
Mar
2022
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9th Annual Chicago Critics Film Festival Announces First Seven Films

The Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA), the Chicago-area print, online and broadcast critics group that celebrates the art of film and film criticism, announces today the first seven films selected for the 2022 Chicago Critics Film Festival. First titles include highly anticipated films like the Chicago premiere of Cooper Raiff’s CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH (pictured below), starring Raiff and Dakota Johnson. Passes are now on...
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14
Mar
2022
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Chicago Latino Film Festival Announces Opening Night and Centerpiece Screenings

The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival announced today its selections for their Opening Night and Centerpiece screenings at ChiTown Movies Drive-In, 2343 S. Throop St.  The Festival opens Thursday, April 21st with Abner Benaim’s heartbreaking tale about Panama’s class and racial divides, Plaza Catedral. The Festival’s Centerpiece selection, Ángeles Cruz’s feature debut, Nudo Mixteco, will screen on Wednesday April 27th. The gates open at 6:30...
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26
Nov
2021
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MidWest WeirdFest

MidWest WeirdFest’s main venue is the Micon Downtown Cinema, located in the welcoming college town of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. From the founder of Australia’s leading genre film festival – A Night of Horror International Film Festival – comes a cinematic celebration of all things fantastic, frightening, underground, paranormal, off-beat, and just plain weird… to the American Midwest! The Midwest is filled with dark and mysterious...
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