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Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival Screenings
The Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival will be screening films from all over the world that focus on strong, powerful stories. Some filmmakers will be present for Q & A sessions after their film is screened. This session includes the Illinois Premiere of the Sundance film, Hello I Must Be Going. This is the final session for the 2012 festival:
Things I Don't Understand | Narrative Feature | Drama, Comedy, Romance | USA
Open | Narrative Short | Drama, Comedy | Canada
The Things My Father Never Taught Me | Narrative Short | Comedy, Romance | Australia
Hello I Must Be Going | Narrative Feature | Drama | USA
For the full program and to purchase screening passes, visit bwiff.com.
|Where||Cutting Hall 150 E Wood St, Palatine, IL 60067|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–11:30 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Seniors|
More About Cutting Hall
Cutting Hall is a 430-seat auditorium owned by the Palatine Park District that is used for professional theater performances. It is also used by community groups and for various park district programs, such as the Palatine Children's Chorus and the Palatine Concert Band. The park district has owned Cutting Hall since 1977.