The Chicago-born filmmaker’s astonishing documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time tells the story of one of the greatest film finds in history by using the discovery itself.
Hello Again, a musical reimagining of Arthur Schnitzler’s La Ronde, opens the fest’s 35th edition.
Sarofsky Corp. goes into top-secret “Marvel mode” while working on films such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Five days’ worth of features and short subjects screen in the festival’s 24th edition.
Skip the popcorn movies in favor of a season full of dynamic screenings.
More than 50 new features make their local debuts in this year’s festival.
With The Way to Andina, Arlen Parsa records his journey from filmmaker to musical impresario.
But her progressive ideas left something to be desired.
Ten new documentaries make their Chicago premieres at this year’s edition.
The Reader’s J.R. Jones picks his favorite movies of the year.
Another year, another slate of prestige movies from all over the world
The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival opens at Music Box with Hurricane Bianca.
Our roundup of reviews of local debuts at the Chicago French Film Festival
Chicago’s best cinema, theater, comedy, visual art, literature, and more readers’ poll winners