Friday, May 9 – Thursday, May 15

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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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through 8/3/2014
Friday – Wednesday, 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday, 10:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Art Institute of Chicago: Society for Contemporary Art 2014 Acquisitions Finalists
Imitation of Life — Mathias Poledna — 2013 — 3 min
35mm gallery installation

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Friday 5/9

noon
Music Box Theatre: Movies on Trial
Philadelphia — Jonathan Demme — 1993 — 125 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

7:00 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
The Incredibles — Brad Bird — 2004 — 115 min
35mm from Swank

9:30 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
The Incredibles — Brad Bird — 2004 — 115 min
35mm from Swank

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Saturday 5/10

noon
Gene Siskel Film Center
She looked for herself in the memory of the picture: The Films of Shellie Fleming
Program includes:
Left-Handed Memories — Shelley Fleming — 1989
Private Property (public domain) — Shelley Fleming — 1991
Devotio Moderna — Shelley Fleming — 1993
Life Expectancy — Shelley Fleming — 1999
16mm from Flaxman Library, School of the Art Institute

noon

Music Box Theatre: Second Saturday Silent Cinema
Battleship Potemkin — Serigei Eisenstein — 1925 — 75 min
35mm from Kino Lorber
Live organ accompaniment by Dennis Scott!

3:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Pigsty — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1969 — 98 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

3:30 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
The Incredibles — Brad Bird — 2004 — 115 min
35mm from Swank

5:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1975 — 114 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

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Sunday 5/11

noon
Music Box Theatre
Mamma Mia! — Phyllida Lloyd — 2008 — 108 min
35mm from Universal

1:00 PM
Doc Films: The Dream Factory: Pixar Studios
The Incredibles — Brad Bird — 2004 — 115 min
35mm from Swank

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Touch of Genius: The Sound Films of Ernst Lubitsch
Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife — Ernst Lubitsch — 1938 — 80 min
35mm from Universal

8:45 PM
Music Box Theatre: Chicago Critics Film Festival
A Bucket of Blood — Roger Corman — 1959 — 66 min
35mm from Park Circus
Preceded (at 7:00 PM) by That Guy, Dick Miller, projected digitally

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Monday 5/12

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Road Trips & Walkabouts: Journeys in Film
Easy Rider — Dennis Hopper — 1969 — 95 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

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Tuesday 5/13

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Passion and Reason: Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland
The Far Shore — Joyce Wieland — 1976 — 105 min
16mm from the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre

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Wednesday 5/14

7:00 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
That Cold Day in the Park — Robert Altman — 1969 — 113 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

10:00 PM
Doc Films: American Exuberance: The Films of Robert Altman
That Cold Day in the Park — Robert Altman — 1969 — 113 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

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Thursday 5/15

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet
Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom — Pier Paolo Pasolini — 1975 — 114 min
35mm from Luce Cinecittà

7:00 PM
Film Studies Center
Three Women — Ernst Lubitsch — 1924 — 83 min
35mm from George Eastman House
With live piano accompaniment by David Drazin

7:00 PM

Doc Films: Love Unto Death: Alain Resnais (1922-2014)
Same Old Song — Alain Resnais — 1997 — 120 min
35mm from the Institut Français

9:00 PM
Doc Films: Avant-Terror: Contemporary Art-House Horror
Stoker — Park Chan Wook — 2012 — 99 min
35mm from 20th Century Fox

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