Radu Jude’s latest feature examines the Romanian Holocaust and a nation in denial.
A “ferocious ensemble effort” and a pitch-perfect revival are among this week’s best bets.
A song from the high-energy album of the accordionist’s group Bahto Delo Delo
Miklos Bánffy’s Transylvanian Trilogy is like the 1904 Hungarian book version of Mad Men.
The Word Progress on My Mother’s Lips Doesn’t Ring True exemplifies the possibilities of fringe theater in Chicago.
Two old friends are separated by religion in Cristian Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills.
Gene Siskel Film Center kicks off a whopping 61-film lineup.
If you dare a drinking buddy to finish a bottle of Super Brew 15 Original Barley Wine Ale, you’re going to lose a friend.
Theatre Y. performs András Visky’s Porn
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, September 15, 2012
Facets Cinematheque presents a retrospective on Romanian director Lucian Pintilie
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Oscar nominee Don Hahn documents Michael Carroll’s journey from photographing Romanian orphans to building a relief organization for them, in the documentary “Hand Held,” screening Saturday 4/2 at St. Xavier University.
A new shop on Devon offers chimney cakes, a Hungarian-Romanian specialty.
Trap Door Theatre presents a free performance of A Couple of Poor Polish-Speaking Romanians tonight at 8 PM in FXK Theater.