The shorts program “Kartemquin Members’ Work for Hire” kicks off a monthlong series of eye-opening discoveries from the annals of educational filmmaking.
With two employees and vault in Pilsen, the CFA has been rescuing celluloid for a decade.
Chicago’s own art book fair and objects shop is back for a second year.
The 49th Chicago International Film Festival: Reviews of all the highlights from week one, plus four director spotlights
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
With Medium Cool, Haskell Wexler had more on his mind than just the Democratic Convention.
Appearances, classes, discussions, and more
Escape the ubiquity of American movies with 150 features from nearly every corner of the world
Summer in Genoa Rodrigo Garcia, who wrote and directed the excellent Nine Lives (2005), scales down to three lives (and change) for his latest feature, Mother and Child, the subject of this week’s long review. We also have a Critic’s Choice for Michael Winterbottom’s Summer in Genoa, starring Colin Firth, Catherine Keener, and Hope Davis.