To start, the Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival A.K.A. BWIFF will be hosting their next event in Chicago, Illinois. Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival is a non-profit organization based in the Chicagoland area. Independent film festival reputation is filling in the gap between the viewers and the filmmakers.
Secondly, film screenings take place at The Music Box Theater, located at 3733 North Southport Avenue in Chicago, IL. Beginning the schedule on Thursday, August 3, 2017 through August 11, 2017.
In addition, at 7:00 P.M., the first short film will premiere, SEPTEMBER MORNING. Living through the events of September 11th, five college students share stories all night. They are far away from their family and friends living and dealing with the aftermaths of September 11.
Here are the event’s following independent films:
- HIJO POR HIJO (CHILD FOR CHILD)
- HUSBANDS AND WIVES
- THE TRANSFER
Due to an unexpected situation, a turn takes place while he is on his most recent job. HIJO POR HIJO is a narrative short film about the life of a Venezuelan kidnapper.
Additionally, HUSBANDS AND WIVES, a narrative short film. It will be about best friends who fantasize dark fates for their husbands.
Also, SAVE is a short narrative film. It is about new parents adjusting to reality with their newborn.
Furthermore, THE TRANSFER takes place in the Negev Desert. Three young Israeli soldiers transfers an Arabian Prisoner. Soldiers are faced with difficult situations in additional to mechanical issues with their vehicle. One of the three young soldiers, who is the leader of the group must lead the group in a hostile environment through the desert. Therefore, the leading soldier must fight with his beliefs to help get through the situation.
Lastly, for more details and information regarding the event and each film can be found at Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival website.