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Chicago International Film Festival (Chicago)

EN/ The Chicago International Film Festival is the longest-running competitive film festival in North America. Since 1964, the Festival has grown to become a world-renowned annual event. The Festival is dedicated to fostering better understanding between cultures and to making a positive contribution to the art form of the moving image.


Seeking out the best in international cinema, the Festival has opened windows to a world of film previously or otherwise unavailable in Chicago. In 2010, the Festival showcased the work of the world’s top filmmakers and fresh talent alike, presenting more than 150 films from 50 countries. The films are all Chicago premieres and many are world or U.S. premieres. Most of the films shown at the Festival will not gain a wide release, secure a U.S. distributor, or become available on video. Therefore, the Festival provides local audiences with a unique opportunity to discover a range of films that would otherwise be unavailable to them. In addition, at more than half of the screenings each year, filmgoers have the rare and exciting chance to meet directors, actors, and actresses who introduce their films and hold discussion sessions after the screenings.



30 East Adams, Suite 800

Chicago, Illinois 60603
T +1 312 683 0121
F +1 312 683 0122




Type : Festival

Période : Octobre

Deadline : Janvier

Prioritaire : Non



Fien Troch

Long métrage / Fiction

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Delphine Girard

Long métrage / Fiction