FOUND:RE HOTEL AND NO FESTIVAL REQUIRED PRESENTS ITS FIRST (AND FREE, DONATIONS ACCEPTED) ART-HOUSE FILM SCREENING!
“Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2”, from Full Spectrum Features.
EXPERIMENTAL SHORT FILMS FROM CHICAGO FILMMAKERS
TUESDAY DECEMBER 20, 2016 7:30 PM (DOORS AT 7)
FOUND:RE PHOENIX HOTEL
1100 N CENTRAL AVE,
PHOENIX (ARIZONA), AZ 85004
COCKTAILS-BEER/WINE (CASH BAR)
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Free Screening – Donations accepted for Circle the City, a non-profit community health organization dedicated to providing high quality, holistic healthcare to men, women, and children facing homelessness in Maricopa County. The organization’s homeless continuum of care includes: a nearby 50-bed Medical Respite Center that provides 24/7 medical care and supervision to ill and injured adult men and women; an outpatient integrated family health clinic that provides primary care as well as behavioral health services, case management and substance abuse intervention; and a two-exam room Mobile Medical Clinic that visits parks, supportive housing complexes, and other agencies that serve the homeless population.
.Filmmakers from the screening will be in attendance and do a Q and A following the show.
Screening truly independent films since 2002, No Festival Required brings a new line-up of art-house films to FOUND:RE Hotel .
CHICAGOLAND SHORTS VOL. 2 brings together the best of narrative, experimental, dance, and documentary short films from a diverse range of perspectives.
The ten filmmakers featured in VOL. 2 represent some of the most original and innovative voices in Chicago. These include up-and-coming talents as well as established auteurs, whose award-winning films have screened at festivals nationally and internationally including Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance, Berlin, Vienna, Rotterdam, and Chicago International.
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.