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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
10 Stars To Watch At This Year's European Union Film Festival
Chicago International Film Fest Week 2: Picks, Pans & Possibilities
Juliette Binoche's Stellar Performance Elevates A Gimmicky Plot In 'L'Attesa'
4 Films We Love (And 1 We Don't) Screening At The Chicago Critics Fest
Film Fest Wants To Show Chicago Latino Communities 'The Way We Are'
11 Highlights Of The European Union Film Fest, Picked By The Curators
Johnnie To's 'Office' Will Be A Highlight Of Asian Pop-Up Cinema's 2nd Season
'Bridgend' Film Portrays Mystery Wave Of Suicides With Stylish Detachment
Hyde Park's Doc Films Has A Hell Of A Schedule Next Week
Get An Inside Look At The State Of Polish Cinema Through 70 Films This Month
'Number One Fan' Is A Subtle French Take On Obsessive Fandom
10 Ways We'd Fix The Chicago International Film Fest
French Drama 'A Childhood' Wins Top Prize At Chicago International Film Fest
Chicago International Film Fest: What To Catch (And Skip)
Trippy, Gory 'Yakuza Apocalypse' Puts Overkill Into Overdrive
Celebrate French Film Legend Agnés Varda In Chicago Next Week
Catch 130 Hot New Films At the Chicago International Film Fest
Asian Pop-Up Cinema Series Launches Wednesday
Big Names Are On This Year's Chicago International Film Fest Roster
Wes Anderson-esque 'Prince' Marks The Debut Of A New Director Worth Watching
Francophiles And Cinephiles, Rejoice—French Film Fest Returns Friday
Mercy Killing Meets Comedy In Confused 'Farewell Party'
Patrick Stewart Can't Quite Save Israeli Senior Comedy
Enemies Find Common Ground In 'Tangerines'