Audio post ARU, aiming to be Chicago’s go-to studio for virtual reality immersive sound services, is hosting a Nov. 9 CHIVR meet-up with top VR experts demonstrating the latest virtual reality headsets, software, media and games from Chicago companies.
A first for Chicago — the all-day Stand Out Photographic Forum Thursday, Nov. 3 — brings six notable commercial still photographers demonstrating their specialties in meaningful seminars, presented by ProGear Rentals.
The speakers and their semi
INES SOMMER’S DOC “COUNT ME IN” about the innovative national movement of participatory budgeting (PB), that gives Chicagoans direct say over local public projects and money, airs on WTTW / 11 Thursday, Nov. 3.
Director Larry Ziegelman wreaks horror from heartache in his first music video for “Stung,” a song about lost love from Brooklyn artist Ivan Rubenstein-Gillis’ 2016 album, “Lion.”
Introducing a surprise twist at the end, he puts a creepy shudder into the lush narrative without missing a beat.
Fresh Films’ teen sci-fi adventure feature, “Traveling Without Moving” premieres Tuesday, Nov. 1 at a non-traditional venue: Von Steuben High School, where many of its students, along with 300 other teens throughout the city, worked
A memorial service has been held for one of the three advertising women who were tragically killed in an Oct. 23 automobile accident and two other services will be held Oct. 29 and Nov. 13.
Ashley Sawatzke, 30, Amy Taylor, 32, and Lindsey Cohen, 35 had worked together at Energy BBDFO in account management. Sawatzke left BBDO over t
The 7th annual Ad Community Shorts Night at the Midwest Independent Film Festival will screen Tuesday, Nov. 15 instead of its regular First Tuesday Nov. 1 date, deemed as being too close to Nov. 8 election night. They are:
“Hell,” John Malkovich reads Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave” while illustrations depicting humans’ worst atrocities animat
VINCE VAUGHN IS GONE from Chicago, that is, he finally sold the three-story penthouse atop the Palmolive Building at 919 N. Michigan for a total $12.1 million, a little more than he originally paid for it and after splitting it into three different units.
A wide swatch of Chicago post house assistant editors, graphic designers and audio mixers – 17 in all — were winners in the annual AICE international Camp Kuleshov trailer Competition among all AICE chapters.
Chicago chapter winners were announced Oct. 18 at the Fremont Chicago restaurant and