A host of new films will be shown as part of the Governors State University Chicago Southland International Film Festival Oct. 19 through 25.
Dozens of short and feature films have been selected for the third annual event, according to festival co-founders Suzanne E. Patterson and Joshua E. Young. They have also selected three promising feature films for screening on the weekend.
The festival also includes a virtual awards ceremony for the 2020 International Short Film Competition.
Films will be shown in six categories: dramatic pictures, international documentaries, wholesome family films, the . . .
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