Oscar Watching Party at PorkChop Hosted by Women in Film & Chicago Screenwriters

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Feb 26 2012 23:00
Feb 27 2012 05:00

Women in Film & Chicago Screenwriters Network Host First Oscar Viewing Party at West Loop’s Porkchop

Chicago’s chapter of Women in Film along with friend of WIFC, Chicago Screenwriters Network will be celebrating the best work in film at their first ever 84th Academy Awards screening event. Members and non-members are welcome to Porkchop in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood this Sunday, Feb. 26th at 941 W. Randolph St. to watch the red carpet event. WIFC and CSN members get a discounted ticket price of $20. Arrive between 5:00 - 6:00 PM and get a FREE Sausage Lollipop with Creole Remoulade sauce or a Pork Belly Slider with Froelich’s Chipotle BBQ and Onions. All ticket prices also include a free drink. Space is limited and tickets are available at wifchicago.org.

WHAT: Oscar Party 2012

WHEN: Sunday, February 26, 2012. Doors open at 5 PM. Show starts at 6 PM.

WHERE: Porkchop, 941 W. Randolph, Chicago, IL (between Sangamon St & Morgan St).

PRICE: $20 WIFC & CSN members, $30 non-members,$40 at the door

TICKETS: wifchicago.org

About Women in Film Chicago: Women in Film Chicago (WIFC) is a non-profit membership organization for all creative content professionals. With a focus on driving the advancement of women in this industry, WIFC provides a dynamic network to facilitate the exchange of ideas and opportunities and builds a solid educational platform to accelerate the professional development of its members.

The Chicago chapter of this dynamic and diverse organization is dedicated to promoting the professional and educational advancement of our members, men and women alike, while contributing to the overall success of Chicago as a provider of high-caliber emerging media, digital, commercial, television, independent and major film production.

About Chicago Screenwriters Network: Founded in 1995 Chicago Screenwriters Network (CSN) is an invaluable resource to Chicago area screenwriters, filmmakers, producers, directors, and actors. CSN provides assistance in the creation of works for film, television, video, and web, as well as helps individuals present their work to the industry through their annual Screenwriting Contest. CSN offers a script exchange, networking with film industry peers, a monthly speaker’s program, and a sense of community to its members.

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