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CIFF 2016: Table of Contents

The following Table of Contents includes our complete coverage of the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival, as written by Brian Tallerico, Matt Fagerholm, Peter Sobczynski and Omer M. Mozaffar.

BRIAN TALLERICO

"Neruda"

"Paterson"

"The Salesman"

MATT FAGERHOLM

Steve McQueen Honored at Chicago International Film Festival

"24 Weeks"

"A Mere Breath"

"Among Wolves"

"Bright Lights"

"I, Daniel Blake"

"Imperfections"

"Miles"

"Raw"

"The Student"

"The View from Tall"

NICK ALLEN

CIFF 2016: "Sieranevada," "Olli Mäki" are Festival Favorites

PETER SOBCZYNSKI 

CIFF 2016: 35 Films to See

Interview: Peter Bogdanovich on "They All Laughed"

"The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography"

"Elle"

"The Handmaiden"

"The King of Jazz"

"The Salesman"

OMER M. MOZAFFAR

 "Destined"

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