New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Criteria and picks for your own scary-movie marathon
In Michael Haneke’s Amour, a husband and wife face their last days together.
Amy Gard owns a car with a chicken spraypainted on the side. And it’s not her first.
Boris Wexler, director of the couples-in-bed web serial Pillow Talks, hosts An Evening of Chicago Short Films, tonight at Alliance Francaise along with IFP/Chicago president Claire Connelly and promoter and photographerAnna C. Butler. On the program: Bill Baykan’s Stalk Much, Sean J.S. Jourdan’s The Beekeeper, Niles Maxwell’s Stalled, Julian Grant’s Maidenhead, Marie Ullrich’s teen shoplifting […]
As long as we’ve a middle class to discomfit, there’ll always be Michael Hanekes around to do it.