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Making something out of nothing: Brian Haggerty’s Chicago-based journey in “School for Gods”

          If a film is being made about Chicago, it better be accurate, because that’s something the natives to the city will appreciate, no matter what. At least that is the sentiment expressed by Brian Haggerty, a

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Living in the moment: Wisconsin actress Alexys Destiche talks about her aspirations

            How Racine, WI native Alexys Destiche defines the mindset of up-and-coming actresses: “I want to be a part of it, not just an extra. As an extra you have nothing to show for it. No one is going to

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Determination and inspiration – stellar Chicago actor Harold Dennis’ rise to fame

“I look to have Denzel Washington’s suaveness, Forest Whitaker’s intensity, and Christopher Walken’s unpredictability.” – Harold Dennis

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Shon McGregory: a helping hand to Chicago talent

Disclaimer: This interview was conducted on Thursday, January 15th, at the time Shon was representing “Shooting Star Studio.” In the gritty, cutthroat industry of film and media, many aspiring artists will never have the help they deserve in order to

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Chicago filmmaker Matt Weinstein utilizes city to construct betrayal thriller

“I’m focusing on the universal theme of betrayal,” said Matt Weinstien, a local Chicago filmmaker whose upcoming short, ‘The Gun Equation,’ centers on a husband who discovers his wife’s infidelity.

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