“There’s a spirit in my neighborhood that is as tough as the steel we produced.”
A new group offers an archive, screenings, and discussions to educate and radicalize.
A new Criterion Collection box set encompasses the filmmaker’s work—and reminds of her time spent in Chicago.
The regional archive brings Edward Sedgwick’s 1923 silent film back to life.
Exploring the depths of Tubi TV for a glimpse at the Second City
Chicago’s independent movie theaters get creative to stay alive during the pandemic.
How the filmmakers behind Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado brought a Latino story to the masses
How the 90s flop and 2020 documentary reference our current bubble life
The new database is working to connect and hire Black creatives in front of and behind the camera.
Pioneers of Queer Cinema highlights the history of LGBTQ stories in movies.
A group of local festival and event organizers invite us to the movies.
Fatimah Asghar’s new short film explores queer sex with a video game twist.
Remembering the people and films that made the video store special.
With HUMP! canceled, a new online fest is born.
The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund raises money for the folks who run the box offices, concessions stands, and more.