Chicago Live 2024, a live concert film from filmmaker Peter Curtis Pardini, will be premiering at the Sedona International Film Festival Monday, February 26 at 7pm in the Sedona Performing Arts Center.
Beginning with “Introduction” — the first song from their film album — “Chicago Live 2024” takes you on a journey through the rock band with horns’ nearly six-decade musical catalogue. Featuring two hours of their greatest hits, including “Saturday in the Park”, “You’re the Inspiration”, “Call on Me”, “25 or 6 to 4” and many, many more. This concert film is a rock lover’s dream!
Chicago founding member and trumpet player Lee Loughnane (who lives in Sedona) will join Peter Curtis Pardini, the film’s director, to present the concert film and host a post-film Q&A. Check out the trailer below – tickets and passes are on sale now at Sedona International Film Festival.
Also screening, the world premier of Man Goes On Rant – a film by Peter Curtis Pardini (director of Now More Than Ever: The History Of Chicago)
A man emerging from years of isolation notices bizarre coincidences throughout recent US history and begins to think they explain why his long-term relationship didn’t work out. When none of his friends will listen to his rants, he finds an outlet for his conspiracy theories by making a documentary following the trajectory of the United States from Y2K to the pandemic shutdowns.
“Man Goes on Rant” features an original score with performances by members of the band Chicago.
Q&A with filmmaker Peter Curtis Pardini immediately after screening, tickets and passes are on sale now at Sedona International Film Festival.
Director: Peter Curtis Pardini
Cast: Brian Villalobos, Jane Schwartz, Lawson Bennett, Jonathan Lipnicki
Producer: Peter Curtis Pardini
Screenwriter: Peter Curtis Pardini