If you want to see Crispin Glover’s Olivia Newton-John impersonation, head around the bunny-headed Jesus, past the John Wayne Gacy display, and watch your head down the stairs.
This is the final of four curated weeks in the festival, and PrideArts finishes things off by showcasing touching connections, tragic losses, and lighthearted shenanigans in five short films.
CJFC’s New Year’s Screening asks an American audience to consider the frailty and necessity of art in a mire of human difficulty and loneliness.
There’s not much to recommend here.
Submissions for the 2016-2017 festival season open on November 1.
The weekly half-hour series, which airs in Chicago beginning September 11, showcases outstanding student-directed short films from across the country.