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Film News: ‘Sole Survivor’ is Top Film at 2013 Best of the Midwest Awards

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CHICAGO – With a packed house, an electric atmosphere, a new video display board and a number of cast members from TV’s “Chicago Fire” present, the Midwest Independent Film Festival ‘Best of the Midwest’ Awards took place on Tuesday, December 3rd, at The Underground night club in Chicago. The documentary ‘Sole Survivor’ – directed by Ky Dickens – won Best Feature Film.

Film News: Midwest Indie Fest to Honor 2013 Films at ‘Best of the Midwest’

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CHICAGO – On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Midwest Independent Film Festival will award their “Best of the Midwest” honors with a ceremony at The Underground Nightclub in Chicago. The evening will be hosted by Festival Director Mike McNamara, and nominees include “The Kings of Summer,” directed by Justin Vogt-Roberts, “Sole Survivor,” directed by Ky Dickens and “Be Good,” directed by Todd Looby.

Film Review: ‘Qwerty’ Uses Chicago as Backdrop for Word Nerds

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CHICAGO – Taking the game of Scrabble and making it a thread for a romantic comedy and competitive intrigue is a wholly original idea. Director Bill Sebastian and screenwriter Juliet McDaniels guides a Chicago cast through the maze of those words in the new film “Qwerty.”

Interview: Nat Dykeman on the Upcoming Lake County Film Festival

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CHICAGO – The Lake County Film Festival is in its 7th year, and the person behind it is Nat Dykeman. Running from March 4th through the 8th, the festival will highlight several emerging filmmakers and run associated special events.

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