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    How Women Executives and Producers are Changing the Status Quo

    At a recent panel at The Chicago International Film Festival, women producers talked about how they're changing the rule book.

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    The Chicago Philanthropist Behind Some of Your Favorite Indies

    You may not know the name Gigi Pritzker, but you know the producer's work. Here's what she looks for in a project.

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    'Carol,' 'The Club' Win Honors at 51st Chicago International Film Festival

    The festival awarded films in five categories with more than 20 awards.

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    Here's the Best Science Fiction Discovery of the Year

    "The Martian" and "Star Wars" aren't the only sci-fi movies worth tracking this fall.

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    Watch: Meet the Beauty Queen Turned Kabul Lawyer in Exclusive 'Motley's Law' Trailer and Poster

    The documentary follows American lawyer Kimberley Motley as she fights for justice in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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    Chicago International Film Festival's 2015 Industry Days to Include Jeff Garlin, Gigi Pritzker and More

    Gigi Pritzker, Jeff Garlin, Steve Pink, Richard Lorber and The Hollywood Reporter's Seth Abramovitch are headlining this year's Industry Days.

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    'Holy Motors' Tops Chicago Film Festival Winners

    Leos Carax’s "Holy Motors" topped the winners of the Chicago International Film Festival, which announced their prizes this weekend. The film won the festival's "Gold Hugo" for best international film, and also won honors for acting (Denis Lavant) and cinematography (Ca...

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    Chicago International Film Festival to Honor Joan Allen, Viola Davis and Helen Hunt with Silver Hugo

    The 48th Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) will pay tribute to Joan Allen, Viola Davis, and Helen Hunt for their noteworthy accomplishments and contributions to the arts by presenting them with the Silver Hugo.

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    Chicago International Film Festival Announces First 22 Films to Premiere; Over 50 Countries Represented

    Cinema/Chicago and The Chicago International Film Festival announced the first 22 films out of 150 that will premiere from October 11th to 25th at the 48th Chicago International Film Festival. The festival, which is the oldest in North America, will have films from over 50 countries. Mimi Plau...

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