Slideshow: Galaxy of Rising Stars on Red Carpet at 58th Chicago Intl. Film Fest

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J.D. Dillard, director of ‘Devotion,’ featuring Jonathan Majors.

CHICAGO – The spotlight that is the 58th Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) shines on the future big names in the movies, and this years festival was no exception. Anna Diop (“The Nanny.” “Titans”), Teresa Ruiz (“Father Stu,” “Noise”) and Jonathan Majors (“Devotion”) walked the Red Carpet to represent their new films, and Photographer Joe Arce and Patrick McDonald were there for Exclusive Portraits and Soundbites.

Anna Diop is the lead actor in “The Nanny,” releasing next month, and will begin her fourth season as Starfire in “Titans” starting next month. Teresa Ruiz is one of the biggest actors in Mexico, and was recently seen in “Father Stu” with Mark Wahlberg. She was representing her new film “Noise.” Jonathan Majors received the 58th CIFF Artistic Achievement Award for his career so far, and he appeared on behalf of the new film “Devotion” with director J.D. Dillard. Director Lila Neugebauer also appeared on behalf of her new film “Causeway,” featuring Brian Tyree Henry and Jennifer Lawrence.

Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

  1. RISINGSTAR1: Anna Diop on the Red Carpet for ‘Nanny.’
  2. RISINGSTAR2: Anna Diop is Starfire in the fourth season of ‘Titans’ on HBO Max.
  3. RISINGSTAR3: Teresa Ruiz (‘Father Stu’) on behalf of ‘Noise.’
  4. RISINGSTAR4: Jonathan Majors, 58th CIFF Artistic Achievement Award Honoree.
  5. RISINGSTAR5: J.D. Dillard, director of ‘Devotion,’ featuring Jonathan Majors.
  6. RISINGSTAR6: Director Lila Neugebauer of ‘Causeway.’

Patrick McDonald interviews Anna Diop and Teresa Ruiz on the Red Carpet …

The 58th Chicago International Film Festival concluded October 23rd, 2022. Click ChicagoFilmFestival.com for highlights, award winners and information about Cinema/Chicago.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Editor & Film Critic/Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2022 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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