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The Chicago Film Critics Association takes a break from journalism to present its own slate of films 

New work by Andrew Bujalski, Debra Granik, and Paul Schrader turns up in this year’s Chicago Critics Film Festival.

click to enlarge Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

Founded in 1990, the Chicago Film Critics Association is the only critics' group in the U.S. to mount its own film festival, which offers its nearly 60 members the dubious distinction of reviewing an event they're simultaneously promoting. (This is the sort…

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