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Film News: Asian Pop-Up Cinema Chicagoland Premiere of ‘Poison Berry in My Brain’ on Dec. 4, 2015

Poison Berry in My Brain

CHICAGO – The advantage of living in a film town like Chicago is the opportunity to experience a variety of cinema from all around the world. The Asian Pop-Up Cinema series is one of those experience providers, and they will be premiering an amazing look at modern romance, “Poison Berry in My Brain.” The film will screen on December 4th, 2015, at the Wilmette Theater in Wilmette, Ill.

Interview: Jack C. Newell, Ron Falzone Chat Up Chicago Indie ‘Close Quarters’

Close Quarters Interview

CHICAGO – Director Jack C. Newell ended up meeting one of his great collaborators while taking classes at Columbia College Chicago. His future filmmaking partner turned out to not be a fellow peer, but his teacher, Ron Falzone. Together, they made the acclaimed short, “Typing,” about two Hollywood screenwriters whose brainstorming session draws inspiration from the clacking of typewriter keys in the next room.

Film News: Columbia College’s ‘Cinema Slapdown’ to Feature Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com

Cinema Slapdown

CHICAGO – Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 12th at 7pm as Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com participates in “Cinema Slapdown,” presented by the Film & Video Department at Columbia College in Chicago. Screening at the event is the film “Melancholia,” directed by Lars von Trier, followed by a “debate” between McDonald and Penelope Steiner of Peneflix.com. The exchange will be “refereed” by Film & Video Associate Professor and “Talk Cinema” host Ron Falzone.

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