2012 Chicago International Film Festival Coverage Recap
Recap of Way Too Indie coverage of 2012 Chicago International Film Festival
Day #1: Holy Motors
I started off the festival with my most anticipated film which was undoubtably original and unique but was not enough to win me over completely.
Day #2: War Witch – Like Someone In Love – After Lucia
My second day was loaded with hard-hitting films, each in their own way. One common link between the three films is that they centered around a female lead character. Overall, a solid group of films.
Day #3: Flowerbuds – Alaskaland – Paradise: Love
What started out as seeing two films this day ended up being three as I had enough downtime to catch Alaskaland in between. Unfortunately, it ended up being my least favorite film of the festival. However, I was blown away by Paradise: Love.
Day #4: Once Upon A Time Was I, Veronica – Beyond The Hills
Once again the films of the day centered around female characters only this time both films did not have enough to hold my interest.
Day #5: Empire Builder – Not Fade Away
I closed out the festival with Kris Swanberg’s Empire Builder and David Chase’s Not Fade Away. Both directors where there to present their film.