WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 10 PM
2000 W Fulton *310Chicago IL 60612 312.342.6280
Tickets $10.00 AT THE DOOR
Following the World Premiere of Orchard Vale please join us at
AV-aerie (formerly Open End Gallery) for our 2007 festival Kick-off party with musical guests Pillars and Tongues and the David Danielle/Doug McCombs Duo.
Pillars and Tongues
Pillars and Tongues evolved from Static Films, the musical project created by vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer Mark Trecka. Unlike the fluid musicians involved in that project, Pillars and Tongues has coalesced into a stable line-up of Trecka, Douglas Tesnow, Beth Remis and Evan Hydzik. Their music is powerful, theatrical and experimental drawing comparisons to The Dirty Three, Dead Can Dance and Rachel’s among others.
David Danielle/Doug McCombs Duo
David Daniell is the head of both of composer Rhys Chatham’s current ensembles; he’s the lead guitarist in Jonathan Kane’s rollicking band, February; McCombs; he has collaborated with a Who’s Who of today’s finest, including Tim Barnes, Thurston Moore and Loren Connors and his guitar work with his own band, San Agustin, is the stuff of which fleeting blues-drone dreams are made. Tonight he performs with Tortoise’s Doug McCombs.
Doug McCombs is a bassist and guitar player based in Chicago, IL. Best known for his work with two seminal bands Eleventh Dream Day and Tortoise. McCombs has also performed as a member of Pullman, Toe and The For Carnation in addition to his own solo project Brokeback.
THURSDAY AUGUST 16 10 PM
1951 W. Dickens
Join Festival filmmakers and superstars for cocktails after the evening’s screenings.
FRIDAY AUGUST 17 10
1354 W. Wabansia
The Midwest Hackers
Returning to CUFF for their second appearance in a row, Decatur’s Midwest Hackers are a multi-instrumental combo that combines atmospheric, ambient music with haunting visuals. Explosions in the Sky, Mike Patton and Boards of Canada are a few names dropped on their myspace page by way of comparison.
SATURDAY AUGUST 18 10 PM
The Hungry Brain
2319 W. Belmont
More drinking and merriment with film people because you just can’t get enough, can you?
SUNDAY AUGUST 19 10 PM CLOSING NIGHT PARTY AND AWARDS CEREMONY
1530 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Announcement of the awards for Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short, Best Documentary Short, Best Animation, Best Experimental, The Made In Chicago Award and of course the Audience Award.
QUESTIONS: For information regarding the Chicago Underground Film Fund email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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