Currently Browsing: March 29, 2018

Hauntingly visceral tale of ‘The Miner’ a highlight at European Union Film Festival

Having seen all nine films, I loved each and every one for their own unique contributions to storytelling, cinematography, and filmmaking itself.  

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Female-directed documentaries set for Chicago’s DOC10 festival

The 2018 DOC10 Film Festival, presented by Chicago Media Project (CMP), brings powerful nonfiction films to the robust Lincoln Square neighborhood of Chicago for one weekend, April 5-8.  The third annual festival “…is designed to be an intimate and highly engaging experience for the Chicago community” and curates the films from festivals such as Sundance […]

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‘A Suitable Girl’ looks at India’s modern-day arranged marriages

Saying goodbye to their families and fearing the prospect of losing their individuality is an upset aspect of life in Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra’s new documentary A Suitable Girl.

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Spring Fling Screening: Free tickets available for Kay Cannon’s ‘Blockers’

Cannon (known for writing the Pitch Perfect series) makes her directorial debut with ‘Blockers.’

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