He may bewilder, but he is never, ever predictable.
A new documentary explores the world of beer-lovers and it doesn’t matter at all that it was funded by Pilsner-Urquell.
Five films that captured the vibrant, changing pop-music scene of the 1980s.
We boil down the iconic actress’s five-decade screen career into five must-see films.
The veteran underground filmmaker reflects on his four-decade career.
The Chicago Film Society presents a rare 35-millimeter screening of the Japanese director’s 1991 drama, a simple, tender story of love, friendship, and surfing.
Let us now praise the great auteur whose career ranged from silent movies to Elvis.
Rachel Israel’s debut feature opens today at the Music Box Theatre.
His latest film feels more like a track on a greatest hits album than a fresh discovery.
Five extraordinary films about film, by five extraordinary filmmakers.
Harry Potter Trivia and more goings-on March 5-8.
The Music Box will screen three films by the cult favorite in March.
Great heist movies from 1955 to 2005 (that don’t have “Ocean” in the title and aren’t directed by Quentin Tarantino).
Now playing at the Music Box Theatre, the film spotlights the refugee experience with humor and pathos.
The annual 24-hour marathon of spooky movies returns with an impressive lineup.