Film News: 7th Annual ‘Shortcut 100’ Film Fest at Chicago’s Logan Theatre, Sept. 28, 2019

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CHICAGO – The short film gets its due at one of Chicago’s premiere micro-lengthed movie festivals. Twelve shorts from around the world – presented by Nebula Creatives –will unspool at the 7th “Shortcut 100” International Film Festival at the Logan Theatre in the Logan Square neighborhood on September 28th, 2019. For more details and tickets, click here.

September 28th, 2019, at Chicago’s Logan Theatre
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The event takes place from 5-9pm and will feature the following films: “TINA” by Gayatri Bahl, “Silence Is Silver” by Patrick Lewtschanyn, “The Tattooed Heart” by Mad Minds Entertainment, “Toe” by Neal O’Bryan, “Collide” by Ralph Klisiewicz, “Swept Away” by Sheri Davenport, “Mellow Yellow” by Jessica Batson, “Waves” by Justin Bailey, “Hope is French” by Chris Mack, “Strong Independent Women” by Jennette McCurdy, “Asylum” by Jaap van Heusden and “Moving On - A Short Film About Grief” by Nyasha Hatendi.

The Founder and Curator of Shortcut 100 is Rujanee Majakanjana of Nebula Creatives, the company that produces the festival. She is a filmmaker, whose works include the short film “Out of Sight” and the feature “Parallel Universe.”

Nebula Creatives presents the Shortcut 100 International Film Festival on Saturday, September 28th, 2019 (5-9pm) at the Logan Theatre, 2646 North Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago. For more information regarding Nebula Creatives, click here. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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