Chicago’s new Arts 77 program will spend $60 million on cultural facilities and art.
The Chicago production looks at sexuality, religion, and subordination in all forms.
The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund raises money for the folks who run the box offices, concessions stands, and more.
If you don’t see yourself represented in the movies, why not make your own?
The new initiative, cocurated by IFP Chicago and Full Spectrum Features through a grant from Illinois Humanities, is committed to starting conversations about social issues and elevating diverse filmmakers.
The local nonprofit’s mission of elevating women, LGBTQ, and minority filmmakers continues with the feature film Signature Move.