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Red-Carpet Video Interviews: ‘Café Society’ Filmmaker Woody Allen

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CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com presents our red-carpet video coverage of the “Café Society” premiere in Chicago on July 21, 2016. We interview legendary filmmaker Woody Allen along with executive producer Ron Chez and Metropolitan Capital Bancorp Chairman/CEO Michael Rose at the Chicago History Museum. “Café Society,” which stars Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart and Steve Carell from Lionsgate and Amazon Studios, opened in Chicago on July 22, 2016, and will open nationwide on July 29th.


Interviews by: Patrick McDonald, Writer/Editorial Coordinator
Filmed and published by: Adam Fendelman, Publisher
Edited by: Jack Longo & Jeff Doles
Trailer and stills: Lionsgate & Amazon Studios (used with permission)

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