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'Carol', '45 Years' to screen in Chicago

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'Carol', '45 Years' to screen in Chicago
Festival top brass have unveiled the complete line-up of films that includes six world premieres, 10 North American premieres and 27 Us premieres.

The six world premiere selections include Nicole N Horanyi’s Danish documentary Motley’s Law; Majid Barzegar’s Iranian drama A Very Ordinary Citizen; and Vahid Hakimzadeh’s UK-Japanese entry Greater Things.

There are also first-ever public screenings of Mercedes Kane’s Us film Breakfast At Ina’s; Patrick Underwood’s Us selection The Middle Distance; and Rob Hatch-Miller’s Us documentary Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows.

The International Documentary Competition line-up features Poland’s Call Me Marianna from Karolina Bielawska, Ostap Kostyuk’s The Living Fire and Time Suspended from Natalia Bruschtein.

Festival selections include Todd HaynesCarol, Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, Hsiau-hsien Hou’s The Assassin, Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth and László Nemes’ Son Of Saul.

Oddlot founder and CEO Gigi Pritzker will be the subject of a tribute as part of
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'Son Of Saul', 'Carol' to screen in Chicago

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'Son Of Saul', 'Carol' to screen in Chicago
Festival top brass have unveiled the complete line-up of films that includes six world premieres, 10 North American premieres and 27 Us premieres.

The six world premiere selections include Nicole N Horanyi’s Danish documentary Motley’s Law; Majid Barzegar’s Iranian drama A Very Ordinary Citizen; and Vahid Hakimzadeh’s UK-Japanese entry Greater Things.

There are also first-ever public screenings of Mercedes Kane’s Us film Breakfast At Ina’s; Patrick Underwood’s Us selection The Middle Distance; and Rob Hatch-Miller’s Us documentary Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows.

The International Documentary Competition line-up features Poland’s Call Me Marianna from Karolina Bielawska, Ostap Kostyuk’s The Living Fire and Time Suspended from Natalia Bruschtein.

Festival selections include Todd HaynesCarol, Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, Hsiau-hsien Hou’s The Assassin, Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth and László Nemes’ Son Of Saul.

Oddlot founder and CEO Gigi Pritzker will be the subject of a tribute as part of
See full article at ScreenDaily »

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