Chicago Critics Film Festival to take place November 12-14 at Music Box Theatre
Chicago, IL — The Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA) today confirms the return of their acclaimed Chicago Critics Film Festival, a weekend-long celebration of movies on the big screen to take place November 12-14 at the city’s historic Music Box Theatre (3733 N. Southport Ave). Founded in 1990, the CFCA is the region’s largest and most respected association of film journalists, broadcasters, critics and media personalities promoting the analysis and appreciation of cinema.
Curated by CFCA membership, the Chicago Critics Film Festival routinely presents the most anticipated films of the year; with more programming details to be announced in the coming months, the entire CFCA looks forward to welcoming audiences safely back to movie theaters this fall.
“Like every movie fan, we’ve sorely missed being in theaters for over a year,” said CFCA President Brian Tallerico. “With the safety of our guests and audiences top of mind and with the help of our longtime hosts at the Music Box, we can’t wait to gather again to share these stories on the big screen.”
For details on tickets, films and more in the coming months, visit www.chicagocriticsfestival.com; a 501(c)3 organization, sponsorship opportunities are also available.
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About the Chicago Film Critics AssociationA 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA) was founded in 1990 to support and celebrate quality filmmaking that has something to say about our world, our lives, and our society. Membership includes Chicago-based journalists, broadcasters, critics and media personalities who actively work in the area of film across a wide variety of local, regional and national outlets. The annual Chicago Critics Film Festival presents a selection of recent festival favorites and as-yet-undistributed works from established voices and talented newcomers alike, curated by the CFCA membership. Every December, the CFCA votes on and announces their selections for best films of the year, contributing to the annual national discourse on cinema. Learn more at www.chicagofilmcritics.org.