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10 films you should see at the Chicago International Film Festival

With over 125 feature films, the Chicago International Film Festival can seem a little overwhelming. So we had founder and artistic director Michael Kutza and programming director Mimi Plauche pick 10 films that would be good for anyone looking to test the waters. 1. “Layla M.” A Dutch-Moroccan...
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