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18th Annual European Union Film Festival

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18th Annual European Union Film Festival

There’s more than European cinema than French and Italian! This month marks the beginning of the 18th annual European Union Film Festival at the Gene Siskel Film Center which began its run March 6th and runs through April 2nd. The festival gives movie lovers the opportunity to experience international films from countries they normally wouldn’t […]

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Film Review: Mortdecai – Not the High Point of Johnny Depp’s Career

There is a golden rule in acting when performing comedy. Never act funny. Don’t let the audience know you are in on the joke. You play your role seriously, as a believable character, just as you would any other role.  As you watch “Mortdecai” (2015), directed by David Koepp, and see Johnny Depp on-screen, you quickly […]

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Blues Brothers or Ghostbusters fan? Dan Aykroyd tells you what’s up with him lately.

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Blues Brothers or Ghostbusters fan? Dan Aykroyd tells you what’s up with him lately.

“Who you gonna call?” Do you still remember this popular phrase? That’s right. Dan Aykroyd has written and acted in some recognizable film work, such as Ghostbusters, The Blues Brothers and many more. So what’s he been up to? Aykroyd told fans what’s been going on in his life last month at the Hollywood Palms Cinema in Naperville. […]

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Catching Up with Oliver Stone at the Chicago Film Festival

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Catching Up with Oliver Stone at the Chicago Film Festival

The 3-time Oscar-winning Hollywood legendary director Oliver Stone visited Chicago on October 12. He was promoting new director’s cuts of  “Alexander the Great” and “Natural Born Killers” at the Chicago International Film Festival. Columbia College Chicago student Meiling Jin asked Stone about the director’s cuts and why these two films are so special for him, as well as additional questions about […]

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Silent Film Society of Chicago

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Silent Film Society of Chicago

Charlie Chaplin, Greta Garbo, Rudolph Valentino and Lillian Gish. For today’s younger movie fans those names may not mean much, but during the silent film era they were among the most popular names in the movies and at the peak of their careers were adored by millions of fans Their work can still be appreciated today […]

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No Good Deed Movie, No Good

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No Good Deed Movie, No Good

Predictable and cheesy are two words that can describe the movie No Good Deed. Or you could simply say it’s a no good movie. But this should be no surprise. It’s not like the previews make this flick out to be an Oscar winner. It would probably struggle to win at the MTV Movie Awards. […]

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Exclusive Interview with Hollywood actress Bai Ling

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Exclusive Interview with Hollywood actress Bai Ling

Bai Ling, a Chinese-born American actress, has been a very controversial public figure in China. However, she visited Illinois last month for a short public appearance and talked about her journey from China to Hollywood and her recent film works. She was in the films The Crow, Crank: High Voltage, Star Wars, Wild Wild West, […]

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