Friday, January 3 – Thursday, January 9

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!

Exhibits

December 9 – January 5
Every hour on the hour
The Art Institute of ChicagoCinema Reinvented: Four Films by Andy Warhol
Kiss — Andy Warhol — 1963/64 — 54 min
16mm from The Circulating Film Library, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art
On the first floor of the Modern Wing in the Stone Gallery (Gallery 186 – Film, Video, and New Media)

Last screening of Kiss is Sunday, January 5! See above for details.

January 6 – January 26
Every hour on the hour
The Art Institute of ChicagoCinema Reinvented: Four Films by Andy Warhol
Tiger Morse (Reel 14 of ****) — Andy Warhol — 1967 — 34 min
16mm from The Circulating Film Library, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art
On the first floor of the Modern Wing in the Stone Gallery (Gallery 186 – Film, Video, and New Media)

October 20 – January 26
running continuously during museum hours
The Art Institute of ChicagoAndy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again
Elvis at Ferus — 1963 — 4 min
Jill and Freddy Dancing — 1963 — 4:30 min
Edie Sedgwick (Screen Test 308) — 1965 — 4:36 min
Ann Buchanan (Screen Test 33) — 1964 — 4:30 min
Penelope Palmer (Screen Test 255) — 1966 — 4:06 min
Bibbe Hansen (Screen Test 128) — 1965 — 4:30 min
Nico (Hershey) (Screen Test 246) — 1966 — 4:18 min
Me and Taylor — 1963 — 4:30 min
Mario Banana #1 — 1964 — 4:10 min
John Washing — 1963 — 4:30 min
Jack Smith (Screen Test 315) — 1964 — 4:30 min
Rufus Collins (Screen Test 61) — 1964 — 4:24 min
Billy Name (Linich) (Screen Test 194) — 1964 — 4:24 min
Marcel Duchamp (Screen Test 80) — 1966 — 4:24 min
Salvador Dali (Screen Test 67) — 1966 — 4:42 min

All films by Andy Warhol, 16mm prints from The Circulating Film Library, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art
On the second floor of the museum in Regenstein Hall — additional special exhibition admission fee required for entry


Friday 1/3

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

Midnight
Music Box Theatre: Overachievers – Musicians in Film
Fast Times at Ridgemont High — Amy Heckerling — 1982 — 90 min
35mm from Universal


Saturday 1/4

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Silent Cinema (programmed and co-presented by Chicago Film Society)
The Student Prince of Old Heidelberg — Ernst Lubitsch — 1927 — 105 min
35mm from Warner Brothers
Preceded by: “The Leopard’s Spots” (Walter Lantz and Clyde Geronimi, 1925) – 9 min – 16mm
Live organ accompaniment by Dennis Scott

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

Midnight
Music Box Theatre: Overachievers – Musicians in Film
Fast Times at Ridgemont High — Amy Heckerling — 1982 — 90 min
35mm from Universal


Sunday 1/5

11:00 AM, 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures


Monday 1/6

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures


Tuesday 1/7

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Films of Texas
The Searchers — John Ford — 1956 — 119 min
35mm

9:30 PM
Doc Films
Rouge — Stanley Kwan — 1987 — 93 min
35mm


Wednesday 1/8

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM, 9:00 PM
Doc Films: Lupino-palooza
The Hard Way — Vincent Sherman — 1943 — 109 min
16mm

7:30 PM
Chicago Film Society at NEIU
My Favorite Wife — Garson Kanin — 1940 — 88 min
35mm from Library of Congress
Preceded by: “Hollywood Steps Out” (Tex Avery, 1941) – 7 min – 16mm


Thursday 1/9

2:00 PM, 5:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

8:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Bug — William Friedkin — 2006 — 102 min
35mm
post-film Q & A with Michael Shannon and Tracy Letts