Slideshow: Chicago Premiere of Documentary ‘I Know a Woman Like That’ With Virginia Madsen

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Virginia Madsen for I Know a Woman Like That.

CHICAGO – This three-image slideshow contains our red-carpet photography for the Chicago premiere of the documentary “I Know a Woman Like That” as part of the 2009 Chicago International Film Festival.

“I Know a Woman Like That” stars the Oscar-nominated Virginia Madsen. The film is produced by Virginia Madsen, Elaine Madsen and Karly Meola and directed by Elaine Madsen (Virginia Madsen’s mother). Virginia Madsen has been featured in “The Haunting in Connecticut,” “Diminished Capacity,” “The Number 23,” “The Astronaut Farmer,” “Sideways” and more.

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos are credited to Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto and All rights reserved.

  1. virginiamadsen1: Chicago actress and producer Virginia Madsen smiles for the camera following the Chicago International Film Festival premiere and audience Q&A of the documentary “I Know A Woman Like That” (which was directed by her mother, Elaine Madsen) on Oct. 13, 2009 at Columbia College.

  2. virginiamadsen2: Actress Virginia Madsen and her mother, Elaine Madsen, pose for the lens following the premiere of “I Know A Woman Like That”.

  3. virginiamadsen3: Actress Virginia Madsen and her mother, Elaine Madsen, join a panel of accomplished film and TV makers for a audience Q&A following the premiere of Elaine Madsen’s documentary “I Know A Woman Like That” as part of the Chicago International Film Festival.

    The panel (from left to right) included filmmakers Sharon Zurek, Wenhwa Ts’ao, Diana Fabianova, Elaine Madsen (above), TV producer Annie Porter, moderator and Columbia College dean of media arts Doreen Bartoni as well as Oscar-nominated actress Virginia Madsen.

    StarRead our interview with Virginia Madsen on “The Astronaut Farmer”. editor-in-chief and publisher Adam Fendelman


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