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  • Himalaya

    Like all filmed dramas, though far more profoundly than most, this 1999 feature shows the fictional experiences of characters in a story while implying the real experiences of a cast on one side of the camera and a crew on the other. more...
  • 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 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...
  • Hot Rod Girl

    Chuck Connors plays a concerned cop trying to keep kids out of trouble in this drag-racing exploitation flick from 1956. more...
  • Hotel du Nord

    Obscure Marcel Carne film from 1938, the peak year of French "poetic realism"—shadows and soliloquies. more...
  • House of Lost Souls

    Geologists take shelter in an abandoned hotel, unaware that the owner massacred his family and all the guests 20 years earlier. more...
  • The House of Suh

    A documentary by Iris K. Shim about the 1993 murder in Chicago of Robert Dubaine by his 24-year-old fiancee, Catherine Suh, and her 19-year-old brother Andrew. more...