That’s what makes the Pioneers of Queer Cinema series at Gene Siskel Film Center this month a true event “for the culture”: it’s a broad survey of movies made by queers, for queers that offers at least one tasty morsel for every kind of Letterboxd gay.
Extra movie love from now through November
And you can still see a lot of it on 35 mm—the way it was meant to be seen.
Black World Cinema presents Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s Chadian drama A Screaming Man.
The Classic Film Series concludes a 38-year Chicago run Saturday night at Bank of America Cinema.
Reader contributors Andrea Gronvall and Ed M. Koziarski make personal appearances this week in the suburbs.
A Tokyo girl befriends forest spirits threatened by a dam project in the animated “Miyori in the Sacred Forest,” screening for free, Thursday 2/19 at Film Row Cinema.