WANT TO BUY TICKETS? COME TO THE POP UP STORE across from the Davis Theater @ 4621 North Lincoln
UP TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO FILM START.
AT 30 MINUTES PRIOR GO DIRECTLY TO THE THEATER FOR RUSH SEATS.
In addition to your own ticket, donate the price of a student ticket ($11) and we'll ensure it goes to one of a pool of enthusiastic Chicago area students who would love to see these great films!
And you'll get a tax deduction!
We have major events in addition to the films: Nonfiction Resistance: DOC10’s State of the Doc Panel Discussion, DOC10 Filmmaker & Impact Grant Fund Awards Reception, CMP'S Signature Pitch + Mimosas Brunch, and DOC10 Closing Night Reception. Click the links to buy tickets below.
April 1st, 5pm-7pm. @ Davis Theater
Join us for the CELEBRATION of DOC10 FILMMAKERS and the first recipients of CMP's newly launched IMPACT GRANT FUND. Reception ticket includes drinks and hors d'oeuvres, mingling with industry partners and celebrating the amazing DOC10 filmmakers.
***This ticket ALSO gets you into the Opening Night reception.
April 2nd, 10am-12pm. @ Davis Theater
What better way to spend a beautiful spring Sunday than at a PITCH BRUNCH & MIMOSAS with 3 amazing new documentary projects! Join our prestigious industry panelists for analysis of the pitches, and vote for your favorite!
A portion of the ticket price will be pooled for an audience award at the end of the pitch session!
PITCH PROJECTS ANNOUNCED SOON!
Sponsored by Bruce and Vicki Heyman
Panelists: Hussain Churimbhoy- Documentary Programmer, Sundance Film Festival, Betsy Steinberg - Executive Director Kartemquin Films, Geralyn Dreyfous - Co-founder, Impact Partners
SATURDAY APRIL 1, 11:00-12:00pm.
@ THE DAVIS THEATER
Now more than ever, documentary films and filmmakers are in a crucial position to respond to and resist societal injustices. But how can documentaries most effectively speak truth to power? And what is the role of artfulness and ambiguity in media activism? Additionally, when social issue documentaries run the risk of preaching to the choir, what are the ways nonfiction films can bridge cultural divisions and bring people together? Gathering together top experts in the documentary world, this panel aims to address the ways in which documentaries and the documentary industry are dealing with our highly divisive political climate and looking for ways to make a positive change.
Panelists: Lisa Chanoff (Catapult Film Fund), Sabaah Folayan ("Whose Streets?"), Shaul Schwarz ("Trophy"), Gordon Quinn (Kartemquin Films), and Damon Davis