This November 2-4, in partnership with ArcLight Cinemas in Lincoln Park, Kartemquin will present a Fall Festival of the groundbreaking work coming through its acclaimed filmmaker development programs: KTQ Labs, Diverse Voices in Docs, and the Kartemquin Internship; along with previews of its latest works-in-progress, and premieres of new completed films. The first Shorts Showcase will begin at 6pm on November 2nd. It will be a showcase of projects from Kartemquin's acclaimed Kartemquin Internship and Diverse Voices in Docs programs. In this shorts program, director Rachel Dickson examines the Chicago school closings of 2014; filmmaker Mina Fitzpatrick explores the emotional complexities of Korean culture around adoption; the first African-American woman to win a Pulitzer, Gwendolyn Brooks, is profiled in Shahari Moore's film Brooks People; and we meet a Vietnam veteran with an unlimited faith in Disney in Keep Moving Forward, directed by Brent Bandemer and produced by Emily Strong. FILMS 1.) Closed for Good, Rachel Dickson 2.) Two Together, Mina Fitzpatrick 3.) Brooks People, Shahari Moore 4.) Keep Moving Forward, Brent Bandemer and Emily Strong SPECIAL GUESTS: Filmmakers will be present For more info about the event and the festival in general, click here.