Friday, January 24 — Thursday, January 30

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[Venue Directory] • Local Criticism: [Cine-File] [Chicago Reader]

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Always check the exhibitor’s website for last-minute changes.
We strive for accuracy, but things can move fast in filmland!

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Friday 1/24

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
In The Street — James Agee, Helen Levitt, and Janice Loeb — 1948 — 16 min
On The Bowery — Lionel Rogosin — 1957 — 65 min
16mm from the MoMA Circulating Film & Video Library and
35mm from Milestone Films

7:00 PM
University of Chicago Film Studies Center at the Logan Center for the Arts
in conjunction with The Silver Screen: Theories and Histories of Cinematic Color
The Coca-Cola Kid — Dušan Makavejev — 1985 — 98 min
35mm from Swank
plus: short subjects!
[DETAILS]

7:00 PM
Nightingale Cinema
A Pre-Celebration of Let’s Get Working: A City-Wide Studs Terkel Festival
including “Workers Leaving the Factory (Dubai)” — Ben Russell — 2008 — 16mm
[DETAILS]

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Batman — Tim Burton — 1989 — 126 min
plus: a Q & A with screenwriter Sam Hamm!
35mm

10:00 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Batman — Tim Burton — 1989 — 126 min
plus: a Q & A with screenwriter Sam Hamm!
35mm

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Saturday 1/25

2:00 PM
Block Cinema: Picturing Fame
Underworld — Josef von Sternberg — 1927 — 81 min — 35mm
It — Clarence Badger — 1927 — 72 min — 35mm
with live piano accompaniment by Dave Drazin!

6:00 PM
A&O Productions at the Northwestern University
B-Fest including selected 16mm shorts at 9:15 PM

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Sunday 1/26

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
The Good Humor Man — Lloyd Bacon — 1950 — 80 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

1:00 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Batman — Tim Burton — 1989 — 126 min
35mm

3:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Repertory: Kids on the Run
Night of the Hunter — Charles Laughton — 1955 — 93 min
35mm from Park Circus

5:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
Ender’s Game — Gavin Hood — 2013 — 114 min
35mm

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Neighboring Sounds: Contemporary Latin American Cinema
Post Tenebras Lux — Carlos Reygadas — 2012 — 115 min
35mm from Strand Releasing

7:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
The Blues Brothers — John Landis — 1980 — 133 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

9:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
High Fidelity — Stephen Frears — 2000 — 113 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Monday 1/27

6:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
Ender’s Game — Gavin Hood — 2013 — 114 min
35mm

6:15 PM note new time
Doc Films: Early Katharine Hepburn: A Woman Rebels
Alice Adams — George Stevens — 1935 — 99 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

7:00 PM
Logan Center at the University of Chicago: Death by Cinema Film Series
Amour — Michael Haneke — 2012 — 127 min
35mm

8:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
The Blues Brothers — John Landis — 1980 — 133 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

10:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
High Fidelity — Stephen Frears — 2000 — 113 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Tuesday 1/28

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
In The Street — James Agee, Helen Levitt, and Janice Loeb — 1948 — 16 min
On The Bowery — Lionel Rogosin — 1957 — 65 min
16mm from the MoMA Circulating Film & Video Library and
35mm from Milestone Films
followed by a lecture from professor Bruce Jenkins of the School of the Art Institute

6:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
Ender’s Game — Gavin Hood — 2013 — 114 min
35mm

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Hong Kong Master: The Innovative Kung Fu of Lau Kar-leung
The Delightful Forest — Chang Cheh & Hsueh Li Pao — 1972 — 94 min
35mm from the American Genre Film Archive

cancelled due to severe weather
Chicago Film Archives and Nightingale Cinema at the Museum of Contemporary Art
STRESS / DE-STRESS: Amateur and industrial films from Chicago Film Archives come alive through a three projector performance set to the words of Mairead Case & Ed Crouse and sounds of Joshua Dumas.
[Details on MCA website]

8:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
The Blues Brothers — John Landis — 1980 — 133 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

10:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
High Fidelity — Stephen Frears — 2000 — 113 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Wednesday 1/29

1:00 PM
Northbrook Public Library: Wednesday Classic Film Series
Bigger Than Life — Nicholas Ray — 1956 — 95 min
35mm from Criterion Pictures USA

6:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
Ender’s Game — Gavin Hood — 2013 — 114 min
35mm

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Brian De Palma: Virtuosity and Ecstasy
Hi, Mom! — Brian De Palma — 1970 — 87 min
35mm

7:30 PM
Northbrook Public Library: Wednesday Classic Film Series
Bigger Than Life — Nicholas Ray — 1956 — 95 min
35mm from Criterion Pictures USA

8:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
The Blues Brothers — John Landis — 1980 — 133 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

9:00 PM
Doc Films: Brian De Palma: Virtuosity and Ecstasy
Hi, Mom! — Brian De Palma — 1970 — 87 min
35mm

10:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
High Fidelity — Stephen Frears — 2000 — 113 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Thursday 1/30

6:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
Ender’s Game — Gavin Hood — 2013 — 114 min
35mm

6:15 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Repertory: Kids on the Run
Night of the Hunter — Charles Laughton — 1955 — 93 min
35mm from Park Circus

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Sisters in Cinema: African American Women Filmmakers
The Watermelon Woman — Cheryl Dunye — 1996 — 90 min
16mm from First Run Features

8:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
The Blues Brothers — John Landis — 1980 — 133 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

9:00 PM
Doc Films: Cage Uncaged: A Nicolas Cage Retrospective
Face / Off — John Woo — 1997 — 138 min
35mm from Paramount Pictures

10:00 PM
The Vic Brew & View
High Fidelity — Stephen Frears — 2000 — 113 min
35mm from Park Circus

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through 3/9/14
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art: The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology
which “traces the interest in history, archaeology, and archival research that defines some of the most highly regarded art of the last decade.”
including “Message from Andrée”, a 16mm installation by Joachim Koester.

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These first- and second-run theaters are still routinely showing 35mm prints:

• The Vic Brew & View: websitetwitter

• The Wilmette Theatre: website
closed this week for renovations – perhaps they’re installing DCP?