Friday, February 7 – Thursday, February 13

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!


Friday 2/7

2:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Ninotchka — Ernst Lubitsch — 1939 — 110 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Swing Time — George Stevens — 1936 — 103 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

7:00 PM
Doc Films: A Tsai Ming-liang Retrospective
What Time is it There? — Tsai Ming-liang— 2001 — 116 min
35mm from the Yale Film Archive

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Film Studies Center at the Logan Center for the Arts: Devotional Form: Films by Nathaniel Dorsky
Hours for Jerome — Nathaniel Dorsky — 1982
Alaya — Nathaniel Dorsky — 1987
Triste — Nathaniel Dorsky — 1996
16m from Canyon Cinema

8:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Fringe Benefits
Hi, Mom! — Brian De Palma — 1970 — 87 min
35mm from Park Circus

Midnight
Music Box Theatre: Overachievers – Musicians in Film
Mars Attacks — Tim Burton — 1996 — 106 min
35mm from Warner Brothers


Saturday 2/8

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Studio Ghibli Matinees
The Cat Returns — Hiroyuki Morita — 2002 — 75 min
35mm from GKIDS

3:15 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Ninotchka — Ernst Lubitsch — 1939 — 110 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

5:30 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Swing Time — George Stevens — 1936 — 103 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:30 PM
Music Box Theatre: Filmspotting 15th Anniversary
Rio Bravo — Howard Hawks — 1959 — 141 min
35mm from Warner Brothers
Intro and post-screening discussion with the hosts of Filmspotting

Midnight
Music Box Theatre: Overachievers – Musicians in Film
Mars Attacks — Tim Burton — 1996 — 106 min
35mm from Warner Brothers


Sunday 2/9

11:30 AM
Music Box Theatre: Studio Ghibli Matinees
The Cat Returns — Hiroyuki Morita — 2002 — 75 min
35mm from GKIDS

7:00 PM
Chicago Film Society at Music Box Theatre
Uzi’s Party — Lyra Hill — 2017 — 30 min
16mm from Lyra Hill
Film screening is part of the event “An Evening of Music and Film with Spektral Quartet, Alex Temple, & Julia Holter” More info here.

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Doc Films: The Personal Vs. Political
Le Petit Soldat — Jean-Luc Godard — 1963 — 88 min
35mm


Monday 2/10

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Swing Time — George Stevens — 1936 — 103 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

7:00 PM
Doc Films: Lost Chicago
The Spook Who Sat by the Door — Ivan Dixon — 1973 — 102 min
35mm

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Chicago Film Society at Music Box Theatre
Disco Godfather — J. Robert Wagoner — 1979 — 93 min
35mm from University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Preceded by: Blaxploitation trailer reel – 35mm
Co-presented by CHIRP 107.1 FM


Tuesday 2/11

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures


Wednesday 2/12

6:00 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: A Fine Romance
Ninotchka — Ernst Lubitsch — 1939 — 110 min
35mm from Warner Brothers

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Block Cinema: Selections from the Golestan Film Workshop
Wave, Coral, and Rock — Ebrahim Golestan — 1961 — 40 min
16mm from the Film Studies Center at the University of Chicago
Part of a longer shorts program


Thursday 2/13

6:15 PM
Gene Siskel Film Center: Fringe Benefits
Hi, Mom! — Brian De Palma — 1970 — 87 min
35mm from Park Circus

7:00 PM
Music Box Theatre
Little Women — Greta Gerwig — 2019 — 134 min
35mm from Sony Pictures

7:00 PM
Block Cinema: Approaches to Film Sound
Electro-Pythagoras (A Portrait of Martin Barlett) — Luke Fowler — 2017
40 min — 35mm from Lux
In Person: Sound designer Ernst Karel

9:30 PM
Doc Films: Movies as Birth Control
The Brood — David Cronenberg — 1979 — 92 min
35mm


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