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    Chicago International Film Festival Creates Roger Ebert Award

    Award will celebrate fresh and uncompromising talent of next generation of filmmakers around the world.

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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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    "The Artist" & "Almanya" Take Home Audience Prizes at 47th Chicago International Film Festival

    Michel Hazanavicius' "The Artist" won the Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Chicago Interntional Film Festival. The event noted that a "record number of audience members participated in the selection of this year’s audience choice winners, with 50% of attendees casting their vo...

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    "Le Havre" & "Forgiveness of Blood" Among Top Chicago Fest Winners

    Aki Kaurismäki's "Le Havre" won the Gold Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival over the weekend, nabbing the main prize in the event's International Feature Film Competition, with "Cairo 678" taking the festival's Silver Hugo and Joshua Marston and Andamion Murataj honored with a Silver Hu...

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    Chicago International Film Festival Sets 47th Competition Lineup

    The Chicago International Film Festival unveiled its roster of films in competition, with 53 first-time filmmakers making the extensive list, featured in the event's New Directors, International Feature, DOCUFEST, After Dark and short film competitions. In all, 143 features will screen in the fest, ...

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    "The Last Rites of Joe May" To Open Chicago International Film Festival

    The 47th Chicago International Film Festival has announced that Joe Maggio's "The Last Rites of Joe May" will open this year's festival. The film was made in Chicago, and features Dennis Farina as an short-money hustler undergoing a late-life crisis.

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    Chicago Fest Unveils Doc Lineup

    The 46th Annual Chicago International Film Festival has announced their documentary lineup, which includes their Docufest Competition slate, Special Presentations from Alex Gibney and Lucy WAlker, and their new cinephile "Film on Film" series. Included in the doc lineup are four world premieres, one international premiere, and some North American and US premieres. The doc jury will feature "Valentino: The Last Emperor" director Matt Tyrnauer, "Legacy" filmmaker Tod Lending, and Gold Hugo-winning DP Oral User. The fest also unveiled a series of films about filmmaking and filmmakers, "Film on Film," with four in the premiere lineup. Several...

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    Chicago International Names First Twenty in 2010 Lineup

    The Chicago International Film Festival unveiled the first twenty films confirmed for this year's lineup. All festival screenings will take place October 7 through October 21 at the AMC River East 21 Theater. The festival will start with the prison drama "Stone" from director John Curran ("The Pai...

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