Friday, September 13, 2019

Chicago Int'l Film Festival >> Happy Friday the 13th! We're Announcing Our After Dark Program...(Chicago,IL.)

Proceed with Caution: After Dark Program Announced
Prepare for a scare...
Zombieland: Double Tap | U.S. | Ruben Fleisher
The Vast of Night | U.S. | Andrew Patterson
This Friday the 13th, we're thrilled to announce the After Dark program at the 55th Chicago International Film Festival!

From blood-splattering gore to suspenseful sci-fi to the outrageously wild, weird and wicked, this lineup of boundary-pushing horror and fringe films from around the world will blow your mind and keep you up late. Head to AV Club for the exclusive announcement.

Individual film tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 27, but get the best deal on After Dark now with our Festival passes!

The full schedule for the 55th Chicago International Film Festival will be revealed on Wednesday, September 18.
Festival Passes Now On Sale!
Buy Now and Save
Save on individual ticket prices and service fees by buying a 10- or 20-film pass! Share your pass admissions with a friend, or binge the best in contemporary international cinema!

Passes can be used for any regular screening at the Festival. Pass redemption starts September 26, get early access before tickets go on sale to the general public.
*Please note: Passes are not valid for Opening Night, Gala Presentations, Special Presentations, Centerpiece, Tributes, Special Events, or Closing Night. Tickets for these screenings are available through their individual film or event pages.
Girl on the Third Floor | U.S. | Travis Stevens
Key Dates

Full Schedule Released: September 18
Members' Pre-Sale: September 23
Pass Redemption: September 26
Tickets On Sale: September 27
Members' Pre-Sale: September 23 - 25
Become a member and purchase discounted tickets before the general public! The Members' Pre-Sale runs from September 23-25.

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

Cinema/Chicago members experience the Festival all year round with access to exclusive advance screenings! This year's screenings have included The Peanut Butter Falcon, Luce, Blinded by the Light, Pavarotti, and more. Join today for Festival and year-round benefits!
Sponsorship Opportunities
Are you affiliated with a corporation or organization that is looking for unique sponsorship opportunities? Contact Sponsorship Manager Jackie O'Connor for more information on our customized partnerships!
Partner Content :
The live symphonic experience of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jordan Peele’s Get Out comes to the Auditorium on September 21 in this Midwest premiere! Don’t miss score composer Michael Abels conducting a five-person choir and the Chicago Sinfonietta as they accompany the film with Abels’ heart-pounding music.

Use promo code CHIFILM10 to save 10% on tickets* to the one-night-only performance!

Buy tickets: (automatically applies promo code)

*Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or in price level 5. Subject to availability. No refunds.
55th Festival Sponsors
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 Summer Screenings ProgramCineYouth Festival, and year-round Education Program. Celebrating its 55th edition in 2019, the Chicago International Film Festival is North America's longest-running competitive film festival.

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