Local Press coverage for this years festival.
“The Chicago Underground Film Festival, which showcases offbeat subjects and original cinematic styles, is the city’s best bet for fans of alternative fare. The 15th annual edition, which opens Wednesday at the Viaduct Theatre, offers films about apocalyptic teens, theoretical physicists, a mermaid and a zookeeper.
The opening-night film is the weird, wondrous “Anywhere, USA,” a triptych of all-America”
Read the rest of the story at the SunTimes.
“Below ground, metaphorically, on that same night in a great little space right up against a Western Avenue viaduct, the Chicago Underground Film Festival opens its 15th annual box of goodies. Presented by Independent Film Project/Chicago, more familiarly known as IFP/Chicago, CUFFÂ provides area filmgoers the chance to see narrative features, docs and underground artifacts from the mists of time, and to hear some straight talk about the morphing-every-second industry and craft and art of the cinema. Also thereâ€™s a lot of music. All under one roof, unlike certain other festivals we could mention.”
Read the rest of the Chicago Tribune piece here.