Chicago Filmmakers - clarification and question

From: programming (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 12 2006 - 17:55:52 PST

On 3/12/06 4:09 PM, "Fred Camper" <email suppressed> wrote:

> There are some stand-alone not for profits (Chicago
> Filmmakers is the long running example in my city) that do great work,
> and in Chicago there's also the recently founded "Experimental Film
> Club," which has presented some wonderful programs, and also hosts the
> Onion City Film Festival, which seems to be one of the better ones. It's
> part of the University of Chicago but is student run (full disclosure:
> they've paid me to do programs, further demonstrating their fabulous
> taste). I wish there were more groups like the last two.

Fred's prose is a little confusing here. Onion City is organized and run by
Chicago Filmmakers. The Experimental Film Club at the Univ. of Chicago are
great folk, but have nothing to do with Onion City.

On 3/12/06 4:51 PM, "Jack Sargeant" <email suppressed> wrote:
> BTW ironically Chicago Filmmakers was a venue where I was made to feel
> un-welcome.

Jack, for what it's worth, this was before my time, thus more than 10 years
ago. I'd be curious to know what you're referring to if you care to email
me offlist at email suppressed


Patrick Friel
Chicago Filmmakers

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