The Chicago International Film Festival today revealed the official poster for the 51st annual fest, taking place Oct. 15-19 at AMC River East 21.
After a poster design competition that ran from July 9- Aug. 14, CIFF announced Tsung-Hui (aka “Mavis”) Kuo-Crary as the winner of the contest and a $1,000 prize. In their poster submissions, contestants had to interpret and convey the theme “…because everybody loves movies.”
The contest drew 275 submissions from 41 countries across the globe.
Born and raised in Taipei, Kuo-Crary makes her home in Chicago where she works as a graphic designer.
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