• From Philip Stapp’s Boundary Lines

On Friday at 7 PM South Side Projections, the local organization that screens culturally and politically engaging movies in south-of-the-Loop locations, will present three short works on the theme of immigration at Calles y Sueños-Chicago, an arts hub located at 1900 S. Carpenter in Pilsen. The most famous piece on the program is Atlantiques, a 15-minute experimental work by Mati Diop, the star of Claire Denis’s 35 Shots of Rum and the upcoming Simon Killer. Diop’s more recent directorial work Big in Vietnam screened this year’s Onion City Film Festival; Atlantiques is thematically similar to that piece, addressing the experience of Africans living abroad.