Friday, Mar 28 – Thursday, April 3

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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 3/28

10:30 PM
The Logan Theatre: Late Night at the Logan
The Royal Tenenbaums — Wes Anderson — 2001 — 110 min
35mm

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
The Holy Mountain — Alejandro Jodorowski — 1973 — 115 min
35mm from Abkco

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Saturday 3/29

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Shadow of a Doubt — Alfred Hitchcock — 1943 — 108 min
35mm from Universal

10:30 PM
The Logan Theatre: Late Night at the Logan
The Royal Tenenbaums — Wes Anderson — 2001 — 110 min
35mm

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
The Holy Mountain — Alejandro Jodorowski — 1973 — 115 min
35mm from Abkco

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Sunday 3/30

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Shadow of a Doubt — Alfred Hitchcock — 1943 — 108 min
35mm from Universal

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Monday 3/31

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Road Trips & Walkabouts: Journeys in Film
Wild Boys of the Road — William A. Wellman — 1933 — 67 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

10:30 PM
The Logan Theatre: Late Night at the Logan
The Royal Tenenbaums — Wes Anderson — 2001 — 110 min
35mm

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APRIL

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Tuesday 4/1

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
Mr. Freedom — William Klein — 1969 — 95 min
35mm from Walker Arts Center/William Klein
followed by a lecture from professor Bruce Jenkins of the School of the Art Institute

6:00 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago: MCA Screen
Lilli Carré, Cycles and Marks, inc:
Blinkity Blank — Norman McLaren — 1955 — 5 min — 16mm
69 —Robert Breer — 1968 — 4.5 min — 16mm
The Ordovicians — Jim Trainor and Lisa Barcy — 2004 — 5 min — 16mm
Betty Boop: Snow White — Fleischer Studios — 1933 — 7 min — 16mm
+ Video Shorts [Full Program]

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Passion and Reason: Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland
New York Eye and Ear Control — Michael Snow — 1964 — 34 min
Wavelength — Michael Snow — 1967 — 45 min
16mm from the Film-Makers’ Cooperative

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Wednesday 4/2

7:00 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
M*A*S*H — Robert Altman — 1970 — 116 min
35mm from Criterion Pictures, USA

7:30 PM
Northwest Chicago Film Society at the Patio Theater
Taking Off — Milos Forman — 1971 — 93 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

9:30 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
M*A*S*H — Robert Altman — 1970 — 116 min
35mm from Criterion Pictures, USA

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Thursday 4/3

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Love Unto Death: Alain Resnais (1922-2014)
Night and Fog — Alain Resnais — 1955 — 32 min — 35mm
Guernica — Alain Resnais — 1950 — 12 min — 35mm
Statues Also Die — Alain Resnais & Chris Marker — 1953 — 30 min — 35mm
Le chant du Styrène — Alain Resnais — 1959 — 19 min — 16mm
Prints from the Institut Français

8:30 PM
Chicago Underground Film Festival 2014 at The Logan Theatre
Shorts Program 1: Blast Required, inc:
Photooxidation – Pablo Mazzolo – 2013 – 13 min – 16mm
Let Your Light Shine – Jodie Mack – 2013 – 3 min – 16mm
+ Video Shorts [FULL PROGRAM RUN-DOWN]

9:00 PM
Doc Films: Avant-Terror: Contemporary Art-House Horror
Funny Games — Michael Haneke — 1997 — 108 min
35mm

Wisconsin Film Festival – thru 4/10
Why not take a road trip to Madison, Wisconsin and catch a few standout 35mm screenings, including:
The Champagne Murders
Over the Edge
Vertigo in IB Technicolor
and a centennial restoration of The Lumberjack
[Full schedule]

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