Hirokazu Kore-edu’s Like Father, Like Son is a tale of children switched at birth.
Ken Loach’s period adventure Black Jack screens at Siskel Film Center.
The Square chronicles the Egyptian Revolution from Mubarak to Morsi.
The director of A Separation returns with The Past.
Meryl Streep is a fire-breathing matriarch in August: Osage County.
The Great Beauty plunges into Rome’s glorious decay.
The Coen brothers grow up with Inside Llewyn Davis.
Some Velvet Morning is full of secrets.
The Punk Singer profiles a feminist rocker who walked away.
Ernst Lubitsch’s classic, Ninotchka, plays Sunday at the Siskel Film Center.
The documentary Lenny Cooke is a hoop nightmare.
Alexander Payne’s Nebraska trails father-and-son losers on the road to Lincoln.
Philomena stars Judi Dench as a Catholic single mother who was stripped of her child.
Two strangers bond over Bruegel in Jem Cohen’s Museum Hours
The first two seasons of Wild Chicago, on DVD and at the Patio.