Chicagoland Shorts: Expanded Cinema


November 6-7, 7-10pm


Full Spectrum Features and CIMMfest, in association with Mondo Machine, present Chicagoland Shorts as "expanded cinema." Local filmmakers will present creative reinterpretations of their works, incorporating live scoring, narration, performance, and multiple projectors.

Filmmakers, Performance Artists & Bands:

7pm -- Cash/credit bar, free pour-over coffee, artists marketplace, and installations by Lydia Fu and Eugene Sun Park

8pm -- Films, performances, and live scores

After Party, Dancing, and Bar until 1:30am (FREE)

$10 - Purchase Tickets at Eventbrite

1257 Milwaukee Ave
60622 Chicago, IL
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