CHICAGO — The Chicago South Asian Film Festival is showcasing dozens of short- and feature-length films by South Asian writers, filmmakers and actors this weekend.
The festival runs through Sunday, with screenings held primarily at DePaul University and Columbia College Chicago, according to its website. Screening times vary, and tickets start at $15 and can be bought online.
This year’s festival will see the world premieres of 27 films.
Since its founding in 2010, the festival has featured work from regions across South Asia, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Tibet. In addition to screenings, the event hosts panel discussions, industry workshops and musical performances.
Click here for the full schedule and information about each film.
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