It’s been a few years since Noir City: Chicago emerged from dark alleyways celebrating film noir, movies that embody the seedier side of everyday life. The pandemic paused the festival . . . but this year it’s back at the Music Box Theatre.
The Chicago-born filmmaker’s astonishing documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time tells the story of one of the greatest film finds in history by using the discovery itself.
Thoughts on Frederick Wiseman’s latest documentary, National Gallery, and the fleeting nature of all art
Chicago Film Archive
The Library of Congress has announced the 2009 inductees into the National Film Registry.
More than a thousand festival and repertory prints were lost in the Universal Studios fire.