Friday, July 11 — Thursday, July 17

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

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Always check for last-minute changes.
Our information comes from exhibitor websites, printed programs, programmers, and projectionists.
We strive for accuracy, but things can move fast in filmland!

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through 7/19/2014
Antena: [What Is This Feeling]
Hours by appointment; email antenapilsen@gmail.com
New work by Kristin Reeves
“…stills are displayed through a network of x-ray viewers, embellished power strips and electrical cords. Also on display, a running film installation in the process of breakdown.
16mm installation + related work
[ARTIST’S WEBSITE]

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
Gallery 291 (Modern Wing)
Imitation of Life — Mathias Poledna — 2013 — 3 min
Poledna’s painstakingly finished work is entirely convincing as an animation from the 1930s, yet the sense of nostalgia it induces is fundamentally and powerfully artificial.
35mm gallery installation

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Friday 7/11

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The Light Side of Alec Guinness
A Run for Your Money — Charles Frend — 1949 — 83 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

7:00 PM
Doc Films
Slaughterhouse-Five — George Roy Hill — 1972 — 104 min
35mm from Universal

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Lawrence of Arabia — David Lean — 1962 — 216 min
70mm (6-track mag sound) from Sony Pictures Repertory

9:15 PM
Doc Films
Slaughterhouse-Five — George Roy Hill — 1972 — 104 min
35mm from Universal

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Saturday 7/12

2:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Doctor Dolittle — Richard Fleischer — 1967 — 152 min
70mm (DTS sound) from 20th Century Fox

3 – 6 PM
Antena: [What Is This Feeling]
New work by Kristin Reeves
16mm installation + related work
Hours by appointment otherwise, through 7/19; email antenapilsen@gmail.com
[ARTIST’S WEBSITE]

5:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The Light Side of Alec Guinness
A Run for Your Money — Charles Frend — 1949 — 83 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

5:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Spartacus — Stanley Kubrick — 1960 — 197 min
70mm (6-track mag sound) from Universal

9:15 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
2001: A Space Odyssey — Stanley Kubrick — 1968 — 149 min
70mm (6-track mag sound) from Warner Bros.

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Sunday 7/13

3:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Lawrence of Arabia — David Lean — 1962 — 216 min
70mm (DTS sound) from Sony Pictures Repertory

8:30 PM
Space Oddities Chicago
ON THE FENCE: a screening of film and videos
including "We Beat, We Breathe,” a 16mm film made by Tommy Heffron
[FACEBOOK EVENT]

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Monday 7/14

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Lawrence of Arabia — David Lean — 1962 — 216 min
70mm (DTS sound) from Sony Pictures Repertory

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Tuesday 7/15

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
2001: A Space Odyssey — Stanley Kubrick — 1968 — 149 min
70mm (6-track mag sound) from Warner Bros.

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Wednesday 7/16

7:00 PM
Doc Films
Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) — William Edwards — 1969 — 80 min
35mm from a private collector ❤

8:45 PM
Doc Films
Park Row — Sam Fuller — 1952 — 83 min
16mm

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Thursday 7/17

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Son of 70mm Film Festival
Spartacus — Stanley Kubrick — 1960 — 197 min
70mm (6-track mag sound) from Universal

7:00 PM
Doc Films
T-Men — Anthony Mann — 1947 — 92 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

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NOTE: The Vic Brew & View is still (mostly?) all-film, as far as we can determine: websitetwitter

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