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  • Home Movie Day 2016

    Chicago Film Archives and the Northwest Chicago Film Society host this open screening of personal 8-millimeter, Super-8, and 16-millimeter movies. more...
  • The Hunting Ground
  • The Hunting Ground (PG-13)

    Few documentary makers see their work bring results as substantial as those witnessed by producer Amy Ziering and writer-director Kirby Dick when The Invisible War, their exposé of sexual assault in the U.S. military, was screened for secretary of defense Leon Panetta in April 2012. more...
  • Hud

    Paul Newman in his first ascendancy (1963), as the favorite antihero of the Kennedy era. more...
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  • How to Survive a Plague

    ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) may have lodged itself in the public consciousness with its angry publicity stunts—disrupting a broadcast of the CBS Evening News, invading a mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York—but as this 2012 documentary reveals, the organization may have been most impressive for its disciplined mastery of medical fact and public health policy. more...
  • Harana (NR)

    A guitarist returns to his native Philippines and discovers the lost art of romantic serenade. more...
  • The Horse Boy

    In this rotely inspirational documentary by first-time director Michel O. Scott, hippie travel writer Rupert Isaacson and his psychologist wife, Kristin Neff, take their four-year-old autistic son, Rowan, to Mongolia to see what local shamans can do for his condition. more...
  • He Who Gets Slapped

    Victor Sjostrom's 1924 silent film features a rare restrained performance by Lon Chaney, as a disgraced scientist who works as a circus clown while plotting his revenge. more...
  • Hotel du Nord

    Obscure Marcel Carne film from 1938, the peak year of French "poetic realism"—shadows and soliloquies. more...
  • Hairspray (PG)

    Adam Shankman's movie version of the Broadway hit—itself based on John Waters's 1988 film—satirizes prejudice about race, class, and physical appearance in 1962 Baltimore. more...