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Photographers >> Call for entries: the 2019 edition of MIFA is open!

 

Get 10% discount until November 30
Get 10% discount until November 30!
MIFA 2019 SUBMISSION
 
Early Bird discount: Save 10% until November 30th
Winners
 
The mission of the Moscow International Foto Awards is to recognize, reward and promote talented photographers from around the world and introduce them to the creative community in Russia. Photographers from all corners of the world are encouraged to enter their work.
Since 2013, MIFA has become a prominent and prestigious photography award and event, a name recognised around the world. Every year MIFA recognises and pays tribute to the year’s most outstanding photography achievements at the annual MIFA Awards exhibition held in Moscow, Russia.
COVER PHOTO - SELECTION OF 2018 WINNING ENTRIES (FROM TOP LEFT): National Centre For The Performing Arts by Mun Khean Wong, There Is Gas Under The Tundra by Charles Xelot, The Devil'S Gold by Luca Catalano Gonzaga, Church by Rob Gregory, Life In Waste by Timothy Bouldry, Winter Magic of Hot Springs by Nune Karamyan.
 
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Tickets On Sale Now for ChiFilmFest! (Chicago, IL.)

 

Festival Tickets On Sale Now!

Discover the films, plan your schedule, and buy your tickets now!
Ticket Details

Ticket
Members
General

Regular Screenings
$12 
and Students, Seniors (with valid ID)
$15
Gala Presentations
$17
$20
Matinees
Through 5:00pm, Monday-Friday
$8
$8
Late Night 
Films after 10:00pm
$10
$10
Moviegoer Pass
10 Regular Screenings*
$110
$140
Passport Pass 
20 Regular Screenings* 
$205
$265

*Passes are not valid for Opening Night, Gala Presentations, Centerpiece, Tributes, Special Events, or Closing Night. All programs are subject to change.

Rush Tickets
Regular Screening: $15 
Gala Presentations:  $20
 
*Rush tickets are last-minute tickets that become available for sold-out films. Visit the RUSH COUNTER at the theater 30 minutes before the showtime. CASH ONLY.

Become a Member! 
Members get discounted prices on Festival tickets!

Membership perks include:
Free Members-only screenings of 10+ highly anticipated films throughout the year
- Members Pre-Sale on Festival tickets before the general public
Discounts on Festival tickets and passes, events and merchandise
- Membership starts at only $55/year

So far in 2018, members have been invited to advance screenings of A Star is Born with director/star Bradley Cooper in attendance, Disobedience with Oscar winning director Sebastián Lelio in attendance, Boundaries with director Shana Feste and actor Lewis MacDougall in attendance, America to Me with director Steve James in attendance, The Leisure SeekerBook Club and more.

Pick Up Your Festival Schedule!
Find our printed full festival schedules at these Official Schedule Hubs all around the Chicago area

Visit our interactive map to find the closest hub!

Save with Moviegoer & Passport Passes!
Get a Pass, Get More Value!

10 general admissions* 
$110 for members 
$140 for non-members
20 general admissions* 
$205 for members 
$265 for non-members

*Passes are not valid for Special and Gala Presentations, Tributes, Opening Night, Special Events, Centerpiece, or Closing Night. All programs are subject to change. Passes on sale until October 21, 2018. Passes will be emailed to purchasers for redemption.

FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE LOCATION
AMC River East 21 | 322 E. Illinois St.
Box Office opens September 18.

Pre-Festival Screening - Alberto García Alix. The Shadow Line
US Premiere
With Director Nicolás Combarro and Producer Miguel Ángel Delgado in attendance.

"An introspective journey through pain." -El Cine En La Sombra

Meet Alberto García-Alix, the tattooed, gravelly-voiced rebel of Spanish photography. In this artfully crafted documentary, García-Alix speaks directly to the audience, exposing the details of his drug-addled past and aesthetic obsessions-from snapshots of motorcycle riders to portraits of his himself and his community of outsiders. With raw intimacy and exquisite black-and-white cinematography, The Shadow Line is imbued with the spirit of its subject.

Friday, September 28 @ 7:00pm
AMC River East 21 (E. Illinois St.)

This event is co-organized with EXPO CHICAGO, as an official EXPO ART WEEK program. Sponsored by Hilton-Asmus Contemporary and with cultural partner Instituto Cervantes. Filmmaker attendance subject to change.

Screening Time Added - Ben is Back
Director: Peter Hedges 
Starring: Lucas Hedges, Julia Roberts 

Nineteen-year-old Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) unexpectedly returns to his family's suburban home on Christmas Eve morning. Ben's mother, Holly (Julia Roberts), is relieved and welcoming but wary of her son staying clean. Over a turbulent 24 hours, new truths are revealed, and a mother's undying love for her son is tested as she does everything in her power to keep him safe. 

Sunday, October 14 @ 7:30pm
AMC River East 21 (E. Illinois St.)

Festival Key Dates:
Opening Night - 
Beautiful Boy
Director: Felix van Groeningen 

Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy
chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse, and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years. Starring Steve Carell and rising young star Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name), who delivers one of the year's most stunning performances, this emotional drama remains full of hope and humanity. 


Director Felix van Groeningen scheduled to attend.

Third Screening Added Due to Overwhelming Demand!
Limited VIP Tickets Remain for 6:30 pm Screening!

Wednesday, October 10
AMC River East 21 (322 E. Illinois St.)
Start Times: 6:30 pm | 6:45 pm | 7:00 pm
Member Tickets: $25 (film only, general seating)
General Public Tickets: $30 (film only, general seating)    
VIP Tickets: $100 (Includes seating in premium theater and Opening Night after party)

-----------------Lead Sponsors-------------------Reception Partners--------------------------------Patrons---------------

John and Jacolyn Bucksbaum Family Foundation 
Jeanne Randall Malkin Family Foundation 

Closing Night -
The Front Runner 
Director: Jason Reitman

Oscar® Nominee Hugh Jackman stars as politician Gary Hart for Academy Award®️ - nominated director Jason Reitman in the thrilling drama The Front Runner. The film follows the rise and fall of Senator Hart, who was considered the overwhelming front runner for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination until the story of an extramarital relationship forced him to drop out of the race- events that left a lasting impact on American politics and the world stage. 


Director Jason Reitman scheduled to attend.

Sunday, October 21 
AMC River East 21 (E. Illinois St.)

6:00pm - Welcome and Guest Presentation, followed by the Premiere of The Front Runner 
9:00pm - After- Party at The Gwen Hotel, 521 N Rush St. 

Ticket Information:
Member Tickets: $25 (film only)
General Public Tickets: $30 (film only)    
VIP Tickets: $100 (Includes film and Closing Night after party)


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Patrons: 
Paul and Ellen Gignilliat
Sponsorship Opportunities
For year-round sponsorship opportunities including next year's 55th anniversary of the Chicago International Film Festival, visit our website.
Partner Content:

This tour-de-force performance takes the stage at Chicago Shakespeare, celebrating the power of language to change the course of history. Weaving together seminal moments in oratory history ranging from the ancient Greeks to George W. Bush, and spanning political extremes from Osama bin Laden to JFK and Martin Luther King, Jr, performer Valentijn Dhaenens ingeniously traverses 2,500 years in 85 minutes. Book tickets: http://bit.ly/2PvZZTh
About Cinema/Chicago

Cinema/Chicago, the presenting organization of the Chicago International Film Festival, is a year round non-profit arts and education organization dedicated to fostering better communication between people of diverse cultures through the art of film and the moving image. In addition to the Chicago International Film Festival, Cinema/Chicago's programs include: the International Screenings Program, Chicago International Television Festival, CineYouth Festival, and year-round Education Program. Celebrating its 54th edition October 10-21, 2018, the Chicago International Film Festival is North America's longest-running competitive film festival.
54th Festival Sponsors:

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John And Jacolyn Bucksbaum Family Foundation | Paul And Ellen Gignilliat 
Jeanne Randall Malkin Family Foundation
 
Judith Adler | Andrew And Adrianne Davis | Chuck Droege And Julie Wroblewski | Richard Ehrie And Isabella Wu | Robert And Karen Ospalik | Mary And Joseph Plauché | Byron And Judy Pollock Lauren Robishaw | Bob Janice Scarpelli | Cynthia Stone Raskin | Lynn Steffen


Proceeds from the Chicago International Film Festival benefit Cinema/Chicago's year round programs including the Chicago International Television Festival, CineYouth Film Festival, International Screenings Program, and the Education Program. 

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