Albert Dickens: the coolest cat in the newsroom
There’s plenty to look forward to in the rest of 2016.
University of Chicago Press reprints the film critic’s account of the 1987 edition of the festival.
The new feature about the NFL raises the question: Do movies have any obligation at all to tell us the truth?
It turns out that horror maestro Stuart Gordan has protégés.
Arguing with the Sunday Chicago Tribune
The Reader digs through the Chicago International Film Festival’s archives to assemble a time line covering the fest’s 50 years.
The strange life of an NFL player begins long before the pros
Newberry Book Fair celebrates three decades of selling rare lit.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Steve James discusses his life in the Chicago suburbs and his new film on Roger Ebert, Life Itself.
On the parallels between a 1987 Reader article and the movie Candyman.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, January 24
If you read it closely, the Sun-Times critic’s review of Invasion! was a rave.
Pierce Brosnan is filming one of the author’s November Man novels.