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‘Mayor Pete’: Film Review

Boys State’ co-director Jesse Moss chronicles the historic year in which Pete Buttigieg went from outlier to legitimate contender in the Democratic presidential primaries in this documentary feature for Amazon.

Chicago Film Festival: ‘Sieranevada’ Wins Gold Hugo for Best International Feature

Acting honors go to 'Graduation's' Adrian Titieni and 'Christine's' Rebecca Hall.

Chicago International Film Festival Gets Underway

Fifteen international films will vie for the Gold Hugo.

Chicago International Film Festival: Complete Winners List

'A Childhood' won the dramatic competition; 'Volta A Terra' prevailed in the documentary competition.

‘A Childhood’ (‘Une enfance’): Film Review

The fourth film by French novelist and director Philippe Claudel ('I've Loved You So Long') looks at the coming-of-age of a young boy from a tough background.

Chicago Film Fest: Liv Ullmann on an Iconic Half-Century Career, Fest Opener ‘Miss Julie’

The 75-year-old legend, who starred in the films of Ingmar Bergman and Jan Troell before becoming a filmmaker in her own right, speaks with THR's Scott Feinberg

‘Miss Julie’ Set to Kickoff the Chicago International Film Festival

The oldest competitive film festival is set to run from October 9 to 23