While New York City’s Film Forum just wrapped up an ambitious William Wellman retrospective, tomorrow afternoon Chicagoans can catch the director’s most honored film—the WWI classic Wings (1927), which won the first Academy Award for Best Picture—on the big screen of the Music Box. As Dave Kehr wrote in a recent New York Times column, the movie’s “a grand entertainment in the something-for-everyone tradition that has been lost in the more recent era of niche marketing.” It’s also a personal work for its director, a hard-living former hockey champ who had joined the French Air Force in WWI just for kicks (that’s how Wellman describes it, anyway, in his 1974 autobiography A Short Time for Insanity, which is as entertaining as any one of his films).