Friday, July 27 – Thursday, August 2

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!


Fri 7/27

7:00 PM, 9:30 PM
Doc Films
Fort Apache — John Ford — 1948 — 125 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
Stand by Me — Rob Reiner — 1986 — 89 min
35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

9:30 PM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
Cujo — Lewis Teague — 1983 — 93 min
35mm from a private collector

11:30 PM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
Creepshow — George A. Romero — 1982 — 120 min
35mm from Warner Brothers


Sat 7/28

11:45 AM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
The Shawshank Redemption — Frank Darabont — 1994 — 142 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

2:45 PM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
The Dead Zone — David Cronenberg — 1983 — 103 min
35mm from UCLA Film and Television Archive

7:00 PM, 9:30 PM
Doc Films
Adam’s Rib — George Cukor — 1949 — 101 min
35mm from the Library of Congress

9:30 PM
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
Needful Things — Fraser C. Heston — 1993 — 120 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

Midnight
Music Box Theatre : A Stephen King Film Festival
Pet Sematary — Mary Lambert — 1989 — 103 min
35mm from Paramount


Sun 7/29

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre : Michael Curtiz Retrospective
Noah’s Ark [pictured] — Michael Curtiz — 1928 — 100 min
35mm from UCLA Film and Television Archive


Mon 7/30


Tues 7/31


Wed 8/1

7:30 PM
Chicago Film Society at NEIU
The Wild Party — Dorothy Arzner — 1929 — 77 min
35mm from Universal
Preceded by “Boys Will Be Boys” (George Stevens, 1932) – 20 min – 35mm

8:30 PM
Comfort Film (at the Comfort Station) :
Cosmos A Personal Voyage
• Episode One “The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean” — 1980 — 60 min – 16mm
• Episode Six “Travelers’ Tales” — 1980 — 60 min – 16mm



Thur 8/2

7:00 PM
Doc Films
Nanook of the North— Robert J. Flaherty — 1922 — 79 min
16mm