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  • Call Her Savage (NR)

    Clara Bow made one of her last film appearances in this 1932 melodrama about an Indian girl who leaves the reservation and discovers love and squalor in the big city. more...
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  • Canyon Passage (NR)

    After making his name with Val Lewton's horror unit at RKO, director Jacques Tourneur moved up to more prestigious projects with this 1946 Technicolor western, produced by Walter Wanger for Universal. more...
  • Capers (NR)

    The racist owner of a Brooklyn pawnshop (Phyllis Somerville) is targeted by three ethnic gangs who know about her Mafia connections and think she's sitting on a million dollars. more...
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  • Captain America Marathon (NR)

    This 10-hour event will feature five Marvel film's featuring Captain America, leading up to the premiere of Captain America: Civil War. more...
  • Carbon Nation (NR)

    Peter Byck's fast-paced 2010 documentary warns of imminent climate change—and its potentially disastrous environmental, economic, and geopolitical impact—while examining the promise and challenge of developing low-carbon alternatives to petroleum. more...
  • Cardboard Cutout Sundown (NR)

    Chicago filmmaker Melika Bass directed the 52-minute Shoals, which premiered at the Museum of Contemporary Art and now anchors this shorts program. more...
  • Carlos (NR)

    Olivier Assayas—the brilliant director of Summer Hours (2008), Demonlover (2002), and Irma Vep (1996)—chronicles the 20-year career of international terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, popularly known as Carlos the Jackal. more...
  • Carmen (NR)

    Soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci plays the title character in this Royal Shakespeare Company production of Bizet's opera, recorded in 2009. more...
  • Carmen Jones (NR)

    There's something contradictory in the notion of an Otto Preminger musical: his admirable rational/realist sensibility doesn't settle too well with the whims of the genre. more...
  • Carriage Trade (NR)

    Though Warren Sonbert was given retrospectives in several cities before dying of AIDS in 1995, his films have rarely screened in Chicago. more...
  • Casting JonBenét (NR)

    The unsolved 1996 murder of six-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey generated a tidal wave of tabloid garbage; this documentary by Kitty Green surfs atop it, exploiting the crime no less but giving it an art-film respectability. more...
  • Castle Under Fiery Skies (NR)

    Mitsutoshi Tanaka directed this 2009 drama about feudal Japanese warriors, which is based on Kenichi Yamamoto's 2004 novel Katen no Shiro. more...
  • Catching Hell (NR)

    Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) looks at Steve Bartman, the Chicago Cubs fan who became a pariah after deflecting a fly ball at a critical moment in a 2003 playoff game. more...
  • Cell 211 (NR)

    A newly hired guard at a Spanish penitentiary (Alberto Ammann) gets knocked out by falling plaster during orientation; by the time he regains consciousness, the prisoners are rioting, but he manages to pass himself off as an inmate and becomes the protege of the rebellion's leader (persuasive tough guy Luis Tosar). more...