Thomas Comerford’s “The Indian Boundary Line” return engagement Thursday, April 22

Posted by | Conversations at the Edge | Posted on | April 18, 2010

Still from The Indian Boundary Line, 2010. Courtesy the Artist.
Still from “The Indian Boundary Line” (Thomas Comerford, 2010). Courtesy the artist.

In case you missed the sold-out screening of our season opener, Thomas Comerford’s The Indian Boundary Line, the first time around, the film returns to the Gene Siskel Film Center for an encore engagement this coming Thursday, April 22 at 6pm. Find more information about the screening and RSVP on Facebook here.

Recent press:

The Films of Thomas Comerford (New City, April 13, 2010)

Return Engagement for Some Forgotten History (Chicago Tribune, April 16, 2010)

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