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Audiences at the spectacular 45th Chicago International Film Festival October 8-21 will get a “Sneak Preview” of new work by the world’s boldest and brightest filmmakers and films that will be making waves next year and beyond.
Pushing boundaries at this year’s event will be films such as South Korea’s A Frozen Flower, France’s Bellamy and Henri Georges Clouzot’s Inferno, China’s Red Chill, Mexico’s Backyard, and, Romania’s Police, Adjective. From the U.S., catch Made in China, Motherhood, Chicago Overcoat, and more. And short films will include Cannes Critic’s Week favorite Logorama and the animated work Horn Dog.
In all, 150 films from more than 40 countries will be shown, and all screenings will take place at AMC River East 21.
Gala tributes, discussions by directors and stars, and other red carpet excitement will round out this two-week cinematic extravaganza. See the complete lineup of films and special activities.
Everlasting Moments by four-time Oscar-nominated director Jan Troell debuts in Arizona on Tuesday, Aug. 4 in Sedona. The Sedona International Film Festival is presenting the Arizona premiere of this award-winning drama as the fourth film in its seven-week “Best of Fest” series. There will be two screenings of the film at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. at Harkins Sedona Six Theatres.
The Golden Globe nominated “Everlasting Moments” has achieved overwhelming critical acclaim around the globe and has won numerous awards at prestigious film festivals worldwide, including the Toronto, Telluride, AFI and Palm Springs festivals. It was Sweden’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Academy Award and won five Guldbagge Awards (Sweden’s Academy Awards) in its native land.
The Golden Globe nominated “Everlasting Moments” has achieved overwhelming critical acclaim around the globe and has won numerous awards at prestigious film festivals worldwide.