Mar 2nd 2017

Nights out take all kinds of unexpected turns. Some end in laughter, some in tears, and some will change your life forever. Filmmakers will be in attendance for a Q&A following the screening. All Chicago Feminist Film Festival events are free and open to the public.

Game Master – (Mikaela McParlan, USA)
Haley is about to play her first game of Dungeons and Dragons, but she finds someone in the way of her fun.

Labyrinth – (Diego Hauenstein, Switzerland) World Premiere
Elena and Pascal meet up at the carnival; a night of folklore and madness, which takes up the entire city. But their relationship has seen better days. As the two of them stumble through the night, they seem to become strangers to each other.

Fix This – (Betty Allen and Andi Woodward, USA) Chicago Premiere
Best friends struggling to maintain the balance between their web development job and their beer delivery service exhaust their closest relationships and are left with a couple six-packs, two bikes, and one last night to make things right.

Raynaud’s Phenomenon – (Lionel Nakache, France) US Premiere
In the middle of a film set, inside a car from the 1960s, leading actress Léa is concentrating on preparing her role. During a break, an extra gets into the car and shows Léa her hands: they have turned white from the cold. There is a name for this: Raynaud’s phenomenon.

Venice – (Venetia Taylor, Australia) Chicago Premiere
Josh is in Venice; mum is in Sydney. Josh doesn’t understand backpacking. Mum doesn’t understand Skype.

Your Day – (Ginger Gonzaga, USA) Chicago Premiere
Jack (Jason Ritter) and Jane (Ginger Gonzaga) spend the day at a hotel, seemingly to celebrate Jane’s birthday, until we find that they are there for a very different reason.

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