Indie Film Night
Chicago Indie Filmmaker Night, will feature short films of various genres from some of Chicago's best and brightest filmmakers; showcasing drama, horror, comedy, trailers, music videos, and everything in-between. The event will also function as the premiere of the short film Thirty Days, a humorous yet sobering look at alcohol addiction recovery. There is an optional after party down the street at Protected content
About the theater: The Davis Theater, originally known as the Pershing Theater, was built in Protected content opened showing vaudeville and silent films. In the Protected content , the Pershing was converted to show talkies and was renamed the Davis Theater. Through the Protected content , the theater transitioned to showing a variety of entertainment including puppet shows, second run films, and revivals through. In January of Protected content , the theater was brought back to life in its current state as a historical landmark and community center for cinema and events.
Parking is free on Montrose, Lincoln (between Montrose and Sunnyside), and on Sunnyside. Please watch out for metered parking and permit parking signs on other streets in the area, so you won't be ticketed. This location is also accessible by public transportation - Brown Line Western stop is a 3 min walk.
I reserved (free) tickets. Please rsvp only if you are sure you will be able to attend.
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