The Chicago Underground Film Festival is set to take place from May 13th to May 17th at the Logan Theater. The Chicago Underground Film Festival is an annual event showcasing independent, experimental and documentary films from around the world and is one of the quickest established film festivals around, having done so in only 6 years.
All screenings (unless otherwise noted):
$9 General Admission
2646 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois
OPENING & CLOSING NIGHT
$15 All Access Ticket. Provides entry to the Screening & After Party
Opening night after party will take place at Elastic Arts Center immediately following the screening of Ruined Heart, featuring musical performances by Petras, Tarnation, Khavn (director of Ruined Heart) and a live film performance by Michael Morris.
Closing night film, Burnt in Memory, features a live musical performance by Azita Youssefi on piano, Amber Amar-Walton on cello, Justin Martin on guitar, Nandini Khaund on the Folktek Quadrum, and Ben Clarke as musical director. Rather than composing restrictive melodies and rhythms the musicians played just as freely and uninhibited as “Burnt in Memory” was photographed.
$75 All-access Pass – Gets you into all screenings, events and after parties.
***IFP/Chicago Members get 15% off all tickets. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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