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Film News: Opening Night of 'Alex/October' at La Grange Theatre on Sept. 30, 2022

Alex/October

CHICAGO – Big Opening Night tonight (September 30th, 2022) for the shot-in-Chicagoland indie film “Alex/October,” written and directed by Josh Hope. The La Grange Theatre (La Grange, Ill.) will screen the film with a Q&A to follow, moderated by Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com. Click A/O for ticket info.

Podtalk: Mindy Fay Parks, on 3rd Windy City International Film Fest, July 18-21, 2019

2019 Windy City International Film Fest

CHICAGO – One of the new Film Festival “kids” on the block is the Windy City International Film Fest, now in its 3rd edition. Touted as an indie film festival that celebrates local, national and international filmmakers, the fest has four days – July 18th through the 21st, 2019 – of networking, screenings and special events. One of the co-founders (with Josh Hope) of the fest is Mindy Fay Parks. For a complete schedule, click here.

Podcast Talk: Director James Choi on the Chicago Premiere of ‘Empty Space’ on July 1, 2017

Empty Spaces

CHICAGO – The combination of two different souls with two different problems – isolated in rural Illinois – was the story that director James Choi knew he wanted to produce as his next film project. So armed with a micro budget, a four man production crew and a cast of passionate actors, Choi created “Empty Space.” The film is making its Chicago premiere at the Windy City Film Festival on Saturday, July 1st, 2017.

Interview: Director Josh Hope for ‘Wild Blue’ at the Chicago Film Fiesta

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CHICAGO – The Chicago Film Fiesta is an ongoing showcase for independent and micro budget shorts and features, and they are presenting the film “Wild Blue” on Saturday, February 8th, 2014, at the Logan Theatre in Chicago. “Wild Blue” is a road picture, written and directed by Josh Hope.

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