Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Exit Zero Rough Cut Screening

A rough cut of Exit Zero will be screened on June 15, 2013, at 1:30 pm,  at the Vodak-East Side Branch of the Chicago Public Library, located at 3710 E. 106th Street.  Filmmakers Christine Walley and Chris Boebel will be on hand to answer questions afterwards. The screening is free and open to the public.  We look forward to seeing you there!  For more information, please call the Library at 312-747-5500.


  1. Hey Christine! This is David S., your ex-neighbor, ex-WSW, ex-Bethesda-ite friend. ("Friend" sounds better than "Internet acquaintance"!) I am bummed that I cannot attend the Vodak screening of Exit 0, due to other commitments. I hope to attend another future screening. Best Wishes.

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  3. Mario BarraganJune 15, 2013 at 2:53 PM
    Hello there!

    Today I attended the Exit Zero screening at the Vodak. I am 16 years old and have Leslie's neighbor for around 11-12 years. Currently writing a novel which I plan to make a CGI/FX film of, I was wondering how long it took you from start to finish to produce Exit Zero? Where could I buy the book and film? (To show my parents. haha) Contact: :)


  4. Any screenings scheduled for 2014?

  5. Feb. 2014
    Hi Christine & Chris
    Yesterday I had the pleasure of watching one final cut version of Exit Zero at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts, Cinema Studies, Michelson Theater. I’m sure there’ll be more versions and refinement before your ultimate final cut.
    I find your film very personal and moving as well as inspiring.
    Story telling is a powerful way to share, not only about one’s personal experience, but is a great way to talk about things that have a larger impact on people’s lives, the communities involved, as in your parents’ community in South East Chicago.
    I love that your film tries to address important issues that have been swept under the carpet for a long time and, look forward to seeing the final cut of Exit Zero on the BIG screen.