The director’s 1980 family musical screens from 35-millimeter at the Music Box on Monday.
Malmed’s program of experimental videos screens at the Museum of Contemporary Art this Tuesday at 6 PM.
The 2014 chamber drama Boulevard is newly available on DVD.
Do people with mental illnesses want to see movies about people like themselves?
Joe Fournier offers something different as a Chicago Tribune cartoonist
For today’s 12 O’Clock Track, remembering the late actor with this clip from Robert Altman’s 1980 film
Hosted by the Puterbaugh Sisters, long-running variety show Entertaining Julia is a grab bag of comedy in the back of a dive bar.
In Lee Daniels’s The Butler, painful social realities collide with delirious fantasy.
Lincoln Hall presents the Chicago premiere of a new documentary on singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson.
New movies open today for the holiday weekend, including Fantastic Mr. Fox. Also: a recap of the fall’s best movies still screening in theaters.
Tonight brings a rare opportunity to see Bobcat Goldthwait’s stand-up act: one night, one set at the Improv in Schaumburg. He more or less ended his stand-up career to focus […]
October 2 at the Rosemont Theatre. (We know, we know—but hear us out.)
A rundown on Martin Short’s Let America Hum, and what’s to come.