Friday, May 2 – Thursday, May 8

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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 5/2

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Arabian Nights — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1974 — 129 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

7:00 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
Finding Nemo — Andrew Stanton — 2003 — 100 min
35mm from Swank

7:00 PM
University of Chicago Film Studies Center at the Logan Center
Woman, Demon, Human — Huang Shugin — 1987 — 108 min
16mm from Pacific Film Archive
Introduction by Judith Zeitlin, Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

7:00 PM
Block Cinema: Heroes and Hoovervilles: Films of the Depression
Mill of the Gods — Roy William Neill — 1934 — 66 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

9:15 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
Finding Nemo — Andrew Stanton — 2003 — 100 min
35mm from Swank

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
Troll 2 — Claudio Fragasso — 1990 — 95 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Saturday 5/3

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Strangers on a Train — Alfred Hitchcock — 1951 — 101 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

3:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Arabian Nights — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1974 — 129 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

5:15 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
Variety — Bette Gordon — 1983 — 97 min
35mm from Kino Lorber

5:30 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Love Meetings — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1964 — 90 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

7:00 PM
Doc Films: The Wolf of 59th Street: Spring Bankers
Her — Spike Jonze — 2013 — 126 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

9:45 PM
Doc Films: The Wolf of 59th Street: Spring Bankers
Her — Spike Jonze — 2013 — 126 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
Troll 2 — Claudio Fragasso — 1990 — 95 min
35mm from Park Circus

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Sunday 5/4

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Strangers on a Train — Alfred Hitchcock — 1951 — 101 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

1:00 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
Finding Nemo — Andrew Stanton — 2003 — 100 min
35mm from Swank

3:15 PM
Doc Films: The Wolf of 59th Street: Spring Bankers
Her — Spike Jonze — 2013 — 126 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Touch of Genius: The Sound Films of Ernst Lubitsch
Angel — Ernst Lubitsch — 1937 — 91 min
16mm

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Monday 5/5

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Road Trips & Walkabouts: Journeys in Film
The Swimmer — Frank Perry — 1968 — 95 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

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Tuesday 5/6

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The American New Wave
Variety — Bette Gordon — 1983 — 97 min
35mm from Kino Lorber
followed by a lecture from professor Bruce Jenkins of the School of the Art Institute

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Passion and Reason: Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland
Rameau’s Nephew by Diderot (Thanx for Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen — Michael Snow — 1974 — 267 min
16mm from the Film-Makers’ Cooperative

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Wednesday 5/7

7:00 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
McCabe & Mrs. Miller — Robert Altman — 1971 — 120 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

9:30 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
McCabe & Mrs. Miller — Robert Altman — 1971 — 120 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

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Thursday 5/8

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Love Unto Death: Alain Resnais (1922-2014)
Mon Oncle d’Amerique — Alain Resnais — 1980 — 126 min
35mm from the Institut Français

9:30 PM
Doc Films: Avant-Terror: Contemporary Art-House Horror
Pan’s Labyrinth — Neil Marshall — 2006 — 118 min
35mm from Swank

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