Sep 14, 2012
New reviews and notable screenings in this week's issue
by J.R. Jones
Film, Ben Sachs, Tonight You're Mine, Maurice Pialat, We Won't Grow Old Together, Susan Morgan Cooper, Mulberry Child, Arbitrage movie, Richard Gere, The Cold Light of Day, Mabrouk El Mechri, JCVD, Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver, Family Portrait in Black and White, Honey movie, Magnificat: Films by Pat O'Neill, Mulberry Child, Polluting Paradise, Faith Akin, Head On, The Edge of Heaven, Side by Side, The Words, Bradley Cooper, Theresa Harris, Barbara Stanwyck, Baby Face, Alfred E. Green, Shirley Clarke, The Connection movie, Eran Riklis, The Human Resources Manager, Film Movement, Robert Aldrich, Kiss Me Deadly, Fred Camper, Jonathan Demme, Talking Heads, Stop Making Sense, David Byrne, Bettina Richards, Home Movies and the Avant-Garde, Cinema Borealis, Errol Magidson, The Making of a Documentary: Chicago's Only Castle, Terror in the Aisles 12, The Stuff movie, Larry Cohen, Frankenhooker, Patty Mullen, movies, Video
May 12, 2010
An Algerian woman reunites with her estranged husband, and finds herself drawn to French culture against the wishes of her conservative mother-in-law in Yamina Benguigui's 2001 film "Inch'Allah Sunday," screening Wednesday 5/12 at Alliance Francaise.
May 11, 2009
The Robert Townsend family drama "Of Boys and Men" headlines Indie Flicks on Tuesday at Sonotheque.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Bronzeville, Sonotheque, Robert Townsend, Carl Seaton, Angela Bassett, Of Boys and Men, Pilgrim Baptist Church, 33rd & Indiana, Latoya Flowers, David Madry, Boharg II, Film Movement, Indie Flicks, Video