Friday, August 29 – Thursday, September 4

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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 11/2/2014
Tuesdays, 10 AM – 8 PM
Wednesdays – Sundays, 10 AM – 5 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago: Simon Starling: Metamorphology
“…features Starling’s recent work in film, which often takes into account the very mechanics of the medium as well as its scientific prehistory.”
Autoxylopyrocycloboros — 2006 — 4 min — 38 color slides on a Götschmann slide projector
D1-Z1 (22,686,575:1) — 2009 — 30 sec loop of 35mm film on a Dresden D1 projector
→ ABOUT AUTOXYLOPYROCYCLOBOROS: [1] [2] [3]
→ ABOUT D1-Z1: [1] [2] [3]

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Friday 8/29

6:15 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The Unquiet American: Transgressive Comedies from the US
Laughter — Harry d’Abbadie d’Arrast — 1930 — 85 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

7:00 PM
South Side Projections at Logan Center for the Arts
Attica — Cinda Firestone — 1974 — 80 min
16mm from Reserve Film and Video Collection of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Too Late For Tears — Byron Haskin — 1949 — 99 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Film Noir Foundation

7:00 PM
Doc Films
Falling Down— Joel Schumacher — 1993 — 113 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Roadblock — Harold Daniels — 1951 — 73 min
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

9:15 PM
Doc Films
Falling Down— Joel Schumacher — 1993 — 113 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm — Eric Randomski & Bruce W. Timm — 1993 — 76 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

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Saturday 8/30

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Cabaret — Bob Fosse — 1972 — 124 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

2:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Death of a Cyclist — Juan Antonio Bardem — 1955 — 88 min
35mm from Janus Films

3:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Hitchcock: Early, Rare, and Classic
The 39 Steps — Alfred Hitchcock — 1935 — 85 min
35mm from Park Circus

4:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Born To Be Bad — Nicholas Ray — 1950 — 94 min
35mm from the George Eastman House

4:45 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Hitchcock: Early, Rare, and Classic
Number 17 — Alfred Hitchcock — 1932 — 63 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

7:00 PM
Doc Films
Nothing But a Man — Michael Romer — 1964 — 95 min
35mm from the Library of Congress and Artists Public Domain

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Ossessione — Luchino Visconti — 1943
35mm imported from Italy

9:00 PM
Doc Films
Nothing But a Man — Michael Romer — 1964 — 95 min
35mm from the Library of Congress and Artists Public Domain

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Death of a Cyclist — Juan Antonio Bardem — 1955 — 88 min
35mm from Janus Films

midnight
Music Box Theatre: Midnights
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm — Eric Randomski & Bruce W. Timm — 1993 — 76 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

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Sunday 8/31

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Matinees
Cabaret — Bob Fosse — 1972 — 124 min
35mm from Warner Bros.

2:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Pépé le Moko — Julien Duvivier — 1937 — 94 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

4:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Quai des Orfévres — Henri-Georges Clouzot — 1947 — 106 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Rififi — Jules Dassin — 1955 — 115 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

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SEPTEMBER 2014

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Monday 9/1

3:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Caged — John Cromwell — 1950 — 96 min
35mm

5:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Tension — John Berry — 1949 — 95 min
35mm

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Caged — John Cromwell — 1950 — 96 min
35mm

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Tension — John Berry — 1949 — 95 min
35mm

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Tuesday 9/2

5:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
One Way Street — Hugo Fregonese — 1950 —79 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: The Unquiet American: Transgressive Comedies from the US
Laughter — Harry d’Abbadie d’Arrast — 1930 — 85 min
35mm from Universal Pictures
Followed by a lecture by Jonathan Rosenbaum

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Hardly a Criminal — Hugo Fregonese — 1949
35mm from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
One Way Street — Hugo Fregonese — 1950 —79 min
35mm from Universal Pictures

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Wednesday 9/3

5:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Drunken Angel — Akira Kurosawa — 1948 — 98 min
35mm from Janus Films

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Hitchcock: Early, Rare, and Classic
Number 17 — Alfred Hitchcock — 1932 — 63 min
35mm from Rialto Pictures

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Stray Dog — Akira Kurosawa — 1949 — 122 min
35mm from Janus Films

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
Drunken Angel — Akira Kurosawa — 1948 — 98 min
35mm from Janus Films

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Thursday 9/4

5:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
M — Joseph Losey — 1951 —88 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Hitchcock: Early, Rare, and Classic
The 39 Steps — Alfred Hitchcock — 1935 — 85 min
35mm from Park Circus

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
The Black Vampire — Román Viñoly Barreto — 1953 — 80 min
35mm

9:00 PM
Music Box Theatre: Noir City Chicago 6
M — Joseph Losey — 1951 —88 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

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Other excursions:

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

• Go on a day trip! Here’s our list of suggestions for Midwestern cinema field trips.

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