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Film News: First Gold Q Hugo Goes to ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?’ at 2013 Chicago International Film Festival

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

CHICAGO – The 2013 49th Annual Chicago International Film Festival has launched a new category of awards, honoring the depth and variety of LGBTQ themed films from around the world. The first awards ceremony took place on October 21st, and the first Gold Q Hugo was given to the Taiwanese film, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”

Feature: 2013 Chicago International Film Festival Highlights, Part One

CHICAGO – The 49th Annual Chicago International Film Festival starts tonight, October 10, 2013, with a tribute to Roger Ebert and the premiere of James Gray’s “The Immigrant,” starring Joaquin Phoenix and Marion Cotillard. Wasting no time, there are at least a dozen flicks this weekend that could grab your attention. It’s one of the strongest CIFF line-ups in memory, with a few nearly-certain Oscar candidates next to some films that are unlikely to play again in Chicago any time soon.

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