CCFF2024: Audience Awards for 11th CCFF, and HollywoodChicago’s Five Best Films

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CHICAGO – The Audience is the determiner for the Award Winners of the 11th Chicago Film Critics Film Festival, which took play from May 3rd-9th, 2024. The recipients for the 2024 Rotten Tomatoes Audience Award Winners are for Narrative Feature “Ghostlight,’ directed by Alex Thompson and Kelly O’Sullivan, Documentary Feature “Flipside” by Christopher Wilcha and the Short Films “Bob’s Funeral” by Jack Dunphy and “Welcome to the Enclave” by Sarah Lasley.

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The 11th Chicago Critics Film Festival is the the only such festival in the country curated by film critics, and highlights the 2024 films from the early year festivals like Sundance, SXSW and more. Below is the FIVE BEST FILMS from Editor and Film Critic/Writer Patrick McDonald.

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The Chicago Critics Film Festival Audience Awards are sponsored by Rotten Tomatoes and presented by the Chicago Film Critics Association. See you in 2025 for the 12th CCFF! senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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