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Presented by the Chicago Institute for the Moving Image, the third annual Festival for Cinema of the Deaf runs Friday through Sunday, October 15 through 17. Actress Marlee Matlin will host the opening-night program, which takes place at Pipers Alley on Friday at 7:30 PM and includes a captioned screening of Yutaka Osawa's Japanese feature I Love Peace. The festival moves to Columbia College's Ludington Building on Saturday, with programs of short videos at 10 AM and noon, the 16-millimeter program Shadow Worlds: Silent Experimental Films at 2 PM (see Critic's Choice), another short-video program at 6 PM, and a captioned video screening of Fahrenheit 9/11 at 8 PM. On Sunday the festival returns to Pipers Alley for a captioned screening of Shark Tale at 10 AM. Tickets are $8, $5 for students; for more information call 847-332-2464 or visit www.cimi.ws.

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