There is nothing like it onstage anywhere else in Chicago.
The Chicago-made webseries takes a radically different view of mental illness.
If you like the Czech animations by Jiri Trnka showing this month at Film Center, try out these other five greats of nontraditional animation.
Damian Szifron directed this surreal Argentinian feature, reminiscent of Luis Buñuel.
Gondry’s adaptation of Boris Vian’s unfilmable novel is much darker in its original-release version than in the 94-minute cut that recently played in Chicago.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, May 27
In praise of Wild Grass, Resnais’s most openly surrealist feature, which screens at Doc Films this Thursday.
Previewing the imaginative light drama that opens this year’s Chicago Latino Film Festival
Considering the influence of 20s and 30s surrealism on more recent film and television
The great French filmmaker, who passed away yesterday at 91, transformed the screening environment into a portal to the subconscious.
Notes on a dark fairy tale from the Netherlands screening in this year’s Chicago International Film Festival
A retrospective dedicated to the longtime Chicago artist begins today
Collages by two artists—one Polish, one Indian—are media for the postmodern age.
Some helpful hints for those planning to see the dreamlike French art film, which opens Friday