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Full Spectrum Features Chicagoland Shorts Vol 2. Remix Edition

  • Comfort Station 2579 North Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL, 60647 United States (map)

Full Spectrum Features brings their touring ChicagoLand Shorts film series to Comfort Station. 

Chicagoland Shorts Vol 2. Remix Edition.

Lineup in order of apperance. 

Brian Zahm
A movie theater employee frets over adding a new name to the marquee outside (4:37)

Run of Press
Mina Fitzpatrick
An avant-garde documentary about the inner workkings of the Chicago Tribune printering center. (7:54)

Parietal Guidance
Lonnier Edwards
A day in the life of an independant young girls as she experiances the realities of gun violence in Chicago. (14:09)

The Fever
Eunhye Hong Kim
A group of teenage runaways in South Korea panic over how to handel their friend's pregnancy. (20:28)

Ayinde;s Video Game
Shiri Burson
A cinematic interpretation of Frankeim Mitchell;s virtuosic spoken word peice that uses the langueage of video games to comment on voilence in Chicago. (4:30)

Daniel Davison
An expermintal animation set agaisnt a crumbling and abandonded cityscape. (4:02)

Aren Zolninger
A look ingot the day-to-day lives and culture of a colonial alien people called the Egoks. (2:07)

Girls Love Horses
Jernnifer Reeder
A woman re-enacts a conversation about childhood trauma. (12:33)

Jim Vendiloa
Two strange, reclusive sisters quietly await the advent of their secret, twisted plan. Inspired by true events. (13:23)

Monica Thomas
A highly stylistic dance film centering on books and feminitiy. (6:28)

Media: HD Digital Projection.

About Full Spectrum Feaures:
FULL SPECTRUM FEATURES NFP is a Chicago-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to increasing diversity in the media arts by producing, exhibiting, and supporting the work of women, LGBTQ, and minority filmmakers. We also aim to educate the public about important social and cultural issues, utilizing the power of cinema to foster understanding in our communities.


Earlier Event: September 4
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Later Event: September 11
Public Hours