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Podtalk: Brent Kado, Founder of Chicago Independent Film & TV Festival, April 28-29, 2018

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CHICAGO – Another spring film festival is blossoming up in the Rogers Park neighborhood, the Chicago Independent Film & TV Festival (CIFF). This is the first one, and its goal is to highlight local, U.S. and international indie films from all styles of creators. The festival takes place on Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th, 2018, at The New 400 Theater and Damen (Loyola University) Cinema, and all the information regarding the weekend fest can be accessed by clicking here.

2009 Warner Brothers Picture Preview: ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Harry Potter 6,’ ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ More

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Ed Helms as Stu, Zach Galifianakis as Alan and Bradley Cooper as Phil in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures comedy The Hangover, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Photo by Frank Masi

CHICAGO – Warner Brothers has released a slate of images from their entire 2009 schedule of films, the first half of which are were highlighted in a 25-image slideshow last week with the second half of the exciting 2009 Warner Brothers slate featured below.

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