Even if you’re on the five-year plan.
Pawel Pawlikowski’s follow-up to Ida celebrates individualism and unfettered emotion.
Its grotesque comedy is the perfect antidote to holiday cheer.
Between the lines of intellectual jargon, Tom Stoppard’s play is about the loss of innocence.
At this past weekend’s “anti-bait-truck” shoe giveaway, the 25-year-old rapper declared himself a revolutionary.
An interview with the Chicago native, an artist and activist, about the politics of his sci-fi comedy with radical left and anti-capitalist messages.
The Coen brothers’ latest film is a fever dream of the Red-baiting right.
Music Box presents the controversial German miniseries Generation War.
Questions for the director of Beyond the Hills about his work and about Romanian cinema in general
Theatre Y. performs András Visky’s Porn
At 6 PM Tuesday, the DePaul University Art Museum (2350 N. Kenmore) will host the Chicago premiere of Freedom on the Fence, a 40-minute documentary following Polish poster design from WWII through the fall of Communism. A 5 PM reception will have a selection of Polish posters from the museum’s collection on view and will […]
Former Chicagoan Jim Finn explores the story of a South Korean filmmaker kidnapped and put to work for the North Korean propaganda machine in “The Juche Idea,” screening tonight at the University of Chicago.
Prague’s Museum of Communism can be found “above the McDonalds and next to the Casino.”
“Marxism is a very big idea.”