Underground films get their due
LOCAL CINEMA | CUFF promises to startle, upset and mesmerize fans for five days
August 10, 2007
BY BILL STAMETS
The Chicago Underground Film Festival is the city’s most eclectic yet best curated fest. Director and co-founder Bryan Wendorff has a knack for uncovering work that startles, upsets and spellbinds.
For the 14th annual run, Wendorff offers 19 features and 91 shorts in the five-day fest that kicks off at 8 p.m. Wednesday with the post-apocalyptic drama “Orchard Vale” at the Chopin Theatre.
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Due to demand we’ve added a second screening of Orchard Vale on Wednesday August 15th Tickets for the added 10pm screening are available now. A few tickets are still available for the 8:00
screening but they are going fast.
Watch the trailer for our opening movie Orchard Vale. Buy tickets here.
Random Lunacy is playing at the festival on Sunday the 19th of August at the Chopin Theater at 2:45pm.
“No home, no money, no formal education. This busking family’s sole possessions — battered instruments and a camera. Welcome to videos from the road less traveled. Down and out never looked so rich.”
Buy tickets for this event here.
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