Jeff Fort and Fred Hampton: A Revolutionary Love Story is among the standouts at this northwest-side showcase for “the untried and the weird.”
Another year, another slate of prestige movies from all over the world
On the culture’s current preoccupation with the eras of slavery and Jim Crow in the U.S.
André Benjamin stars in a chronicle of Jimi Hendrix’s rise to fame.
Blood Ties and Gambit: two genre films from the “disappearing middle” of American cinema
Oscar stiffs the Coen brothers’ comedy about Greenwich Village folkies; plus a rundown of the rest of the nominees.
Quite a few high-profile releases of 2013 asked us to consider the existence of evil.
Drew Hunt’s favorite films of 2013
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave tells of a free northerner taken into bondage.