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Entertainment News: 6 Things to Do April 16-17 at 2016 CIMMfest

CHICAGO – The hottest two days of the 2016 CIMMfest – the Chicago International Music & Movies Festival – is of course on the last two weekend days. After conferring their Baadasssss Award to Documentarian Gordon Quinn of Kartemquin Films on Friday, April 15th, it’s time for the Saturday/Sunday blitz to begin.

Interview: ‘On the Scene’ Director Mary Kay Cook on CIMMfest Premiere on April 14, 2016

Mary Kay Cook

CHICAGO – One of the many merits of CIMMfest – the Chicago International Music and Movies Festival – is how they provide a showcase to new programming and emerging talent. On the second day of the 2016 festival (April 14), Potenza Productions will premiere their new music show, “On the Scene,” with the director debut of Mary Kay Cook.

Interview: CIMM Fest Chicago Kicks Off on April 13, 2016 with ‘The Smart Studios Story’

CHICAGOCIMM Fest is back to save the world from ordinary film festivals! The Chicago International Music and Movies Festival (CIMM, baby!) launches on April 13, 2016, with “The Smart Studios Story,” directed by Wendy Schneider, with appearances by Butch Vig and Steve Marker of Smart Studios.

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