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Why the Chicago International Film Festival is perfect for our 'Netflix generation'

The Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) has been around for 52 years, and though 74-year-old founder Michael Kutza still serves as its artistic director, he said it hasn’t aged him. “I was 22 years old,” Kutza said. “And I still am.” Yes, it’s hard to believe that the longest running film...
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