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Emily Jacobson Oct 22
My first review for is up! Enjoyed this one 👌
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FILM DAZE Oct 22
"The backdrop of the 1800s and gothic aesthetics turn Carmilla into something new and refreshing." Review by :
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Emily Jacobson Oct 20
Thanks to @thefilmera I was able to cover some great movies this weekend for and catch a few others I’ve been dying to see 🖼🌊
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Cole Duffy Oct 18
“Tremors is a celluloid nightmare about a man being stripped away of his freedom and identity, by the controlling forces of prejudicial organized religion.”
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Cody Corrall 🔎 Oct 18
y’all the team did not come to play with coverage this week. i recommend perusing the site () to find something new to watch — but i’ll drop my recs in the thread ⤵️
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Jenni Holtz ✨ Oct 25
Replying to @14eastmag
And I reviewed "Knives and Skin"
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Jared P. Scott Oct 25
Calling all Chicagoans — Join us for the US Premiere of Sun, Oct 27 @ 5p (Tickets: ) at Starring: | EP:
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Clint Worthington, Curve Flattener Oct 25
Seriously, y'all, reviewed *38* films at for these past couple of weeks, and despite spending every waking hour bleary-eyed in an AMC theater he still put out some wonderful writing. Give it all a read, won't you?
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Theo M Oct 19
Time for movie 3 of today: La Llorona, the latest movie of Guatemalan director . Very excited to see this movie
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Svita Oct 19
Just saw the incredibly moving at the . Thank you for making this movie. I hope it’s seen far and wide.
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Jenni Holtz ✨ Oct 25
And last but not least, Natalie (), Marissa () and I wrote about our favorite films at so far!!
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On The Clock Nov 18
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Cole Duffy Oct 19
“Clemency is a mournful and uncomfortable depiction of a woman’s belief system crumbling in the face of various immoral yet legal acts of apathy.”
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Chicago Intl. Film Festival Mar 16
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Cole Duffy Oct 18
“A mysterious cinematic puzzle box, I Was at Home, But… is a film worth exploring; especially when the viewer can unlock its hidden secrets by themselves.” ⁦
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FilmFreeway May 31
Submit your features, documentaries, and short films now to the 55th Chicago International Film Festival before the Regular Deadline of June 17! Be a part of North America's longest-running competitive film festival! Submit to today!
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Emily Jacobson Sep 27
Tickets have been acquired
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Nick Forsythe Oct 23
Some photos from attending the Chicago International Film Festival today! It was such a blast.
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Netherlands CG Chicago Oct 21
You still have a chance to catch the Dutch animated short film 'Intermission Expedition', playing in "Shorts 2: Portraits" at the Chicago International Film Festival tomorrow
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andy whorski Oct 18
Is it weird to see a film because you’re a fan of the composer? Anyway I’m seeing Hala, with music from The Lovers composer Mandy Hoffman!
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