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Film News: Three Premieres at ‘Short in Chicago Film Fiesta’

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CHICAGO – Three short movie premieres will take place on January 24th at the Muvico 18 theaters in Rosemont, Ill., all part of the “Short in Chicago Film Fiesta.” The event is presented by Chicago Talkies Limited, and includes 7pm and 9pm screenings of the new short films “Fate Accompli,” “Dear Dad” and “Ctrl + Life + Delete.”

“Fate Accompli” is directed by Eric Neal, and is a noir mystery based on a hit man’s hidden past. “Dear Dad,” directed by Abad Leyva, explores the relationship between a father and his daughter. The provocatively titled “Ctrl + Life + Delete” is directed by Raza Siddiqui, and involves the life decisions that don’t always go the expected way. Each of the films are making their Chicago area premieres.

Ctrl + Life + Delete
Scene from ‘Ctrl + Life + Delete,’ part of the ‘Shorts in Chicago Film Fiesta’
Photo credit: Elizabeth Morris for Chicago Talkies Limited

After the 7pm and 9pm showings, there will be an after-screening meet and greet at Bogarts Bar and Grill, which is attached to the Muvico Rosemont 18.

Chicago Talkies Limited Presents “Short in Chicago Film Fiesta,” January 24th, 2013, at the Muvico 18 Theater in Rosemont, Illinois, featuring the premieres of the short films “Fate Accompli,” “Dear Dad” and “Ctrl + Life + Delete.” Click here to purchase tickets or click Chicago Talkies Limited for more information.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

Senior Staff Writer

© 2013 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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