Free Screening of Ridley Scott’s Character Project – 7 Films in Chicago – June 4-5

USA Network invites you a FREE event in Chicago to view seven extraordinary films in customized screening capsules as unique as the films that inspired them, located for two days only at the The John Hancock Plaza in Chicago.  In partnership with RSA Films and Ridley & Tony Scott, USA Network commissioned seven talented filmmakers to create short films that explore the theme of American character through moving image. (Click the bottom for more info)

The John Hancock Plaza – free screening of ridley scott films in chicago

When you arrive at the screening, check-in to Foursquare at the location and post your check-in to Twitter for a chance to win one of the following great prizes:
• $50 Fandango Gift Card
• Apple TV
• $350 B&H Photo Gift Card
• Grand Prize: a Canon Eos 7D DSLR Camera

• Duck – A live-action narrative by Jakob Daschek
• Fish – A documentary by R.J. Cutler
• Perfect – A live-action narrative by Amie Steir
• The Dude – A documentary by Jeff Feuerzeig
• The Fickle – A live-action narrative by Bryan Poyser
• Wyckoff Place – A documentary by Lauri Faggioni
• Monster Slayer – A blend of live-action and animation by Caskey EbelingScreenings of the Character Project short films will be available to consumers through a multi-day touring exhibition beginning in New York City on Friday, May 13th and visiting Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago. Audiences in these cities will be invited to visit customized screening capsules as unique as the films that inspired them. Creatively adapted from shipping containers into state-of-the-art screening rooms, these 18-seat, fully air-conditioned spaces will offer the comforts of a mini-theater with the sleek style and spectacle of a contemporary art installation.

Chicago Saturday, June 4
Sunday, June 5

Hancock Building Apron
875 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611


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