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Presented by Gene Siskel Film Center, this festival of “stories and images of the black experience” continues August 12 through September 1. Screening this week: Yelling to the Sky (see separate listing); DWB: Dating While Black (Fri 8/12, 8:30 PM, and Tue 8/16, 8:15 PM), a comedy about a man trying to restart his love life after his fiancee dumps him; The Three-Way (Sat 8/13, 8:30 PM, and Thu 8/18, 8:15 PM), in which a woman suspects her man of cheating and calls on her girlfriends for help; The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan (Sun 8/14, 5:30 PM, and Tue 8/16, 6:30 PM), a drama about the search for a U.S. soldier who defected to North Vietnam in the 1960s; and Money Matters (Mon 8/15, 8 PM, and Thu 8/18, 6:30 PM), in which a teenager rebels against her strict mother by forging a friendship with a girl who’s a gang member. For a complete schedule see siskelfilmcenter.org.