CIMMFest 2010 Movie Pass
WHAT YOU GET: The CIMMFest Movie Pass gives you access to all films showing at CIMMFest 2010 -- that's more than 30 films to choose from for one low price! Included with your ticket price is a one-year subscription to Time Out Chicago. You will not be billed for this subscription.
WHAT YOU WON'T GET: It will NOT give you access to MUSIC events at Schubas, Lincoln Hall or St Paul's. Those tickets will have to be purchased separately, once individual ticket sales are opened in February.
PASS PICK-UP: Pick up your pass at St. Paul's Cultural Center, 2215 W. North Ave on March 4. If you won't be joining us on Opening Night, passes can be picked up at St Paul's during festival hours through the weekend. Any questions about your pass can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DAY OF SHOWS: Please show up ON TIME to screenings. Seats will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.
The second annual Chicago International Movies and Music Festival is gearing up for its 2010 edition, and returning bigger and better than ever, hitting screens and rooms all over town March 4-7, 2010.
We are proud to announce that Opening Night, Thursday, March 4th will consist of the US premiere of the international hit film Universalove, presented by director Thomas Woschitz and Naked Lunch, with live accompaniment by the band Naked Lunch, followed by the first Chicago live appearance of Thee Majesty, featuring Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
In addition to these special guests, this year John Edginton will also be introducing the Chicago premiere of his film, Robyn Hitchcock: I Often Dream of Trains, A Concert Film.
As always, music is at the heart of CIMMfest, so we have a number of live performances to go along with the screenings. In addition to Grant Hart, Thee Majesty and Naked Lunch, CIMMfest will host a performance by the inimitable Robyn Hitchcock in conjunction with the screening of his concert documentary, and by Jon Langford.
To bring an even more international scope to the festival this year, CIMMfest has joined with the Filmer la Musique festival of Paris and is proud to host its representatives as our guests to introduce their films. This year, we also continue the tradition of presenting art as part of the festival as well. In conjunction with the a screening of Eileen Yaghoobian's Died Young Stayed Pretty, CIMMfest will host a rock art show featuring poster art curated by Steve Walters of Screwball Press.
St. Paul Cultural Center
2215 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
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