Pioneering French-Swiss film director, writer, and critic Jean-Luc Godard passed away in September, and the Gene Siskel Film Center swiftly put together Au Revoir, Godard, a presentation of three Godard-directed favorites from his 60s work. Tonight’s feature, 1960’s À bout de souffle (which literally translates from French as “out of breath”) is more commonly known […]
Filmstruck presents the musical films of French master Jacques Demy.
A new nine-week, 13-film series features a number of movies that rarely screen outside of Japan.
A roundup of new and notable movies playing in Chicago from 1/9-1/15/15
The opening track from the fourth album by X sounds as meaningful as ever, three decades after its original release.
The Gene Siskel Film Center hosts a trio of revivals by Polish physicist and filmmaker Krzysztof Zanussi.
Noah Baumbach’s entertaining new comedy pays tribute to 60s French New Wave films, but to what end?
Top Five Debut Films
Revisiting Claude Chabrol’s second film in light of Alex Ross Perry’s The Color Wheel
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