Starting Sunday, for three consecutive nights, WTTW will air a new six-hour Ken Burns documentary series, The U.S. and the Holocaust. Burns and his filmmaking partners, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein, based the series on a United States Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibit curated by Chicago-area native and current Newberry Library president, Daniel Greene. From 2014 […]
Muhammad Ali is so great, an eight-hour documentary can’t even tell the full story.
A kinder, gentler All About Eve and a multivarious chronicle of the migrant experience are among this week’s best bets.
Peter Braunfeld, who now lives in Champaign, is part of the new documentary.
Photographers might deserve a spot at Cooperstown, but they didn’t get one.
The documentarian is back with 14 hours on America’s most lovable political family.
Mad Men, Mad World looks at the 60s through smoke-colored glasses.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, February 6, 2013.
The Central Park Five revisits the rape that sent five innocent men to jail
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
In-the-know Chicagoans tell the Reader what they’re watching, reading, and seeing
Abraham Lincoln blog.