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Thursday, January 05, 2017
Announcing: Flicks at the Public Hotel(Chicago,IL)
For Immed. Release - Announcing: Flicks at the Public
CINEMA/CHICAGO ASSOCIATE BOARD PRESENTS
2017 SCREENING SERIES: FLICKS AT THE PUBLIC
Films featured celebrate new classics from the '90s and the city's love of baseball
in a plush lounge setting with craft cocktails and movie trivia
The Associate Board of Cinema/Chicago today announces their 2017 screening series, in partnership with the Public Hotel Chicago, Stella Artois and Wansas Tequila. Flicks at the Public
presents screenings at The Public Hotel's plush screening room
featuring some of the most beloved classic films of recent memory.
Proceeds from each event go directly to Cinema/Chicago's Education
Program that brings independent film to Chicagoland students.
For the 2017 series, the Associate Board presents monthly screenings in two four-film programs: Totally
'90s and Batter Up!, screening new classics from the '90s and favorite
baseball films (Go Cubs!) in a deluxe lounge setting on top-notch
exhibition technology. Ticket includes admission,
complimentary popcorn and two drink vouchers redeemable for Stella
Artois or a craft cocktail featuring Wansas Tequila. With additional
cocktails and small bites available for purchase plus pre-film movie
trivia, Flicks at the Public is a perfect for a date night, girls-night-out or after work entertainment.
Tickets are just $20 ($18 for Cinema/Chicago Members); program and
series passes are also available with prices ranging from $65 - $140 for
all screenings. More information can be found at www.chicagofilmfestival.com/flicks.
screenings are Wednesdays at The Public Hotel, 1301 N. State Parkway in
Chicago's River North neighborhood. Doors open at 6p for cocktail hour,
and the film begins at 7pm. The full schedule and film selection is as follows:
January 25: CLUELESS - A modern adaptation of Emma, starring Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd and Brittany Murphy
February 22: CAN'T HARDLY WAIT - One last major party before high school ends, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt
March 29: EMPIRE RECORDS - A day in the life of misfits at an iconic record store, starring Liv Tyler and Ethan Embry
April 26: GOOD WILL HUNTING - The Oscar-winning film that put Matt Damon and Ben Affleck on the map.
of young professionals from diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise,
Cinema/Chicago's Associate Board promotes the organization's mission to
bring the art of film to audiences across the city, with a specific
focus on year-round fundraising for the Education Program.
the presenting organization of the Chicago International Film Festival,
is a year round not-for-profit arts and education organization
dedicated to fostering better communication between people of diverse
cultures through the art of film and the moving image. Proceeds from the
Festival benefit Cinema/Chicago's programs throughout the year,
including the International Screenings Program, the Chicago
International Television Festival, CineYouth Festival, the Education
Program and Members Film Screening Series. Celebrating its 53rd edition
October 12-25 the Chicago International Film Festival is North America's
longest-running competitive film festival.
Cinema/Chicago, 212 W. Van Buren St., Suite 400, Chicago, IL 60607