The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund raises money for the folks who run the box offices, concessions stands, and more.
The Era takes over the museum for a night for a demonstration of footwork, with a special focus on the women.
At a talk Saturday, an intrigued local audience showed support for the radical leftist Kurdish utopia in Syria.
The “Run of Life” series begins this Monday with Jill Gillooly’s Suitcase of Love and Shame
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, January 28
A multimedia tribute to Studs Terkel’s Working and a 35-millimeter revival of The Coca-Cola Kid are both slated for Friday at 7 PM.
The second in a series of discussions about the renowned French filmmaker with Chicago-based female critics, artists, and academics
Previewing the mixed-media performance Stress/De-Stress, which takes place at the Nightingale this weekend
In-the-know Chicagoans recommend threewalls’ Community-Supported Art, Manual Cinema, and Starz series Boss
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
The People Issue: Christy LeMaster, director of the Nightingale and programmer at Cinema Borealis
Pedro Costa’s documentary on actress-singer Jeanne Balibar screens Saturday at Cinema Borealis.
Bill Daniel screens films of The Beatles, The Avengers, The Huns, Boy Problems, Sonic Youth and Butthole Surfers, Sunday at the Nightingale.