Hollywood has been rocked by the return of the Greyhound Film Festival, which was first held in 2010 and has since been expanded to include live performances, documentaries and a variety of other films.
A new festival is being launched in Chicago, Chicago is the home of the HBO series, Greyhound, which will host its sixth festival in 2017.
It will be called the GreyHound Film Festival and will run through March 5.
There are also plans to hold the festival in Los Angeles next month.
The festival is part of HBO’s plan to revive its online platform HBO GO and have it accessible across all major mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
“This is the first time Greyhound has ever hosted a festival,” said HBO CEO Richard Plepler in a statement.
“It’s a true community effort, and we’re thrilled to be partnering with Greyhound to bring the festival back to Chicago.”
The film festival will be the latest in a line of festivals that have returned to Chicago following the winter storms.
In September, the Chicago Film Festival held its first festival in five years.
In May, the festival hosted the Sundance Film Festival.
In June, the Los Angeles Film Festival returned to the city for its fourth festival in four years.
The Greyhound Festival is the second film festival to take place in Chicago in the last two years.
It was announced last year that HBO’s production studio and HBO Chicago were partnering on the Greyhounds production and distribution for the festival.
The film industry is struggling with the aftermath of the storms and has been working to reopen some of its most important hubs in the city.
The Chicago Film Society said it is looking for new locations for the next Greyhound festival.