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Film Review: ‘Be Good’ to Get Fest Premiere at Midwest Independent Film Festival

Be Good

CHICAGO – Possibly one of the most perplexing times of life is the aftermath of the couple having their first child. The anticipation and joy quickly morphs into the reality of lifelong responsibility and care. Writer/Director Todd Looby captures that reality succinctly in his latest film, “Be Good.”

Interview: Director Todd Looby Premieres ‘Be Good’ at Chicago’s Gene Siskel Film Center

Be Good

CHICAGO – One of the Chicago filmmakers to watch is Todd Looby. The director, who has won awards for his short film “Son of None” at Slamdance 2011 and the Boston Film Festival, premieres his latest feature film, “Be Good,” on June 22nd at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago.

Short Cuts: Illinois Filmmakers at 2010 Chicago International Film Festival

Typing at the Chicago International Film Festival

CHICAGO – The short film, once considered the lesser cousin of features, and seen mostly in obscurity, has had a major revival and influence in the age of YouTube. At the 2010 Chicago International Film Festival, the Illinois Short Filmmaker night brought out the best of locally produced film shorts on October 11th.

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