Friday, March 7 — Thursday, March 13

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Always check the exhibitor’s website for last-minute changes.
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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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Friday 3/7

7:00 PM
University of Chicago Film Studies Center at the Logan Center for the Arts
Romance of the Western Chamber — Hou Yao — 1927 — 59 min
35mm courtesy EYE International
With live musical accompaniment by Donald Sosin!
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7:00 PM
Block Cinema: Picturing Fame
City Streets — Rouben Mamoulian — 1931 — 83 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street — Tim Burton — 2007 — 116 min
35mm from Paramount Pictures

9:30 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street — Tim Burton — 2007 — 116 min
35mm from Paramount Pictures

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights [cite]
Boogie Nights — Paul Thomas Anderson — 1997 — 155 min
35mm

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Saturday 3/8

noon
Music Box Theatre: Second Saturday Silent Cinema
Sadie Thompson — Raoul Walsh — 1928 — 97 min
35mm
Live organ accompaniment by Dennis Scott.

2:00 PM
Block Cinema: The Left Front in Film
Body and Soul — Robert Rossen — 1947 — 104 min
After the screening, critic J. Hoberman will discuss the impact of leftist Jewish filmmakers on Hollywood and topics related to film criticism.
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights [cite]
Boogie Nights — Paul Thomas Anderson — 1997 — 155 min
35mm

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Sunday 3/9

1:00 PM
Doc Films: Tim Burton: King of Halloween
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street — Tim Burton — 2007 — 116 min
35mm from Paramount Pictures

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Monday 3/10

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Early Katharine Hepburn: A Woman Rebels
The Philadelphia Story — George Cukor — 1940 — 112 min
35mm

9:30 PM
Doc Films: Early Katharine Hepburn: A Woman Rebels
Holiday — George Cukor — 1938 — 85 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory
Re-scheduled from Monday, 3/3

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Tuesday 3/11

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
Tarzan and Jane Regained… Sort Of — Andy Warhol — 1964 — 80 min
16mm from the MoMA Circulating Film & Video Library
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followed by a lecture from professor Bruce Jenkins of the School of the Art Institute

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Hong Kong Master: The Innovative Kung Fu of Lau Kar-leung
The Men from the Monestary — Chang Cheh — 1974 — 92 min
35mm from the American Genre Film Archive

9:15 PM
Doc Films: Sisters in Cinema: African American Women Filmmakers
Pariah — Dee Rees — 2011 — 86 min
35mm from Swank
Re-scheduled from Thursday, 3/6

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Wednesday 3/12

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Brian De Palma: Virtuosity and Ecstasy
Femme Fatale — Brian De Palma — 2002 — 114 min
35mm

7:30 PM
Northwest Chicago Film Society at the Patio Theater
Crime Without Passion — Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur & Lee Garmes — 1934 — 80 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

9:30 PM
Doc Films: Brian De Palma: Virtuosity and Ecstasy
Femme Fatale — Brian De Palma — 2002 — 114 min
35mm

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Thursday 3/13

9:15 PM
Doc Films: Cage Uncaged: A Nicolas Cage Retrospective
Bad Lieutenant: Port Call of New Orleans — Werner Herzog — 2009 — 122 min
35mm

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