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  • Chicago Public

    Chicago Film Archives presents a 16-millimeter program of documentaries from the 1960s and 70s that "look back to a time when students were thought of as individuals, and offer a glimpse into the Chicago Board of Education at a time when social and political structures, as well as public institutions like CPS, were being called into question." more...
  • Coffee

    Cristiano Bortone's Italian film is a trio of stories that are all centered on coffee. more...
  • Clambake

    Elvis Presley stars as a po'boy water-ski instructor (except he's actually rich) competing with the beachfront swells for girls and glory. more...
  • Chinese dramas from the silent era

    Presented as part of the University of Chicago series "Envisioning China: A Festival of Arts and Culture," this program pairs two silent dramas with live piano accompaniment by Donald Sosin: Hou Yao's Romance of the Western Chamber (1927, 59 min.) more...
  • City & State Short Film Program (NR)

    Presented by Cinema/Chicago and the Chicago International Film Festival, this collection of short works by local filmmakers includes narrative, documentary, and animated films. more...
  • The Crumbles

    Akira Boch's first feature has the breezy appeal of an early sound comedy, the inconsequential story providing an opportunity for lively, affectionate characterization. more...
  • Compensation

    Shot on the cheap in Evanston and Chicago, this 1999 drama by Zeinabu Irene Davis manages to surmount its budget limitations through the beauty and symmetry of its narrative. more...
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