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  • Peace on Earth Film Festival (NR)

    Hosted by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, the second Peace on Earth Film Festival runs Friday through Sunday, February 26 through 28, at the Chicago Cultural Center. more...
  • Peeping Tom (NR)

    Michael Powell's suppressed masterpiece, made in 1960 but sparsely shown in the U.S. with its ferocity and compassion intact. more...
  • Peepli Live (NR)

    A broke farmer contemplates suicide on the advice of a local politician in this satirical comedy by Anusha Rizvi. more...
  • Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict
  • Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (NR)

    Lisa Immordino Vreeland follows up one documentary about a female art-world luminary (Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, which is about the documentary maker's grandmother-in-law) with another, in this case one of the world’s greatest collectors of modern art. more...
  • The People vs. George Lucas (NR)

    Fantasy nerds have become a topic of increasing interest to indie documentary makers, probably because these fanboys (and -girls) can be counted on to rhapsodize shamelessly about their obsessions onscreen and then drum up an audience for the finished movie online. more...
  • A Perfect Soldier (NR)

    Deminer Aki Ra has become famous in his native Cambodia for his work removing the still-deadly landmines he and others planted across the country as child-conscripts for the army of the Khmer Rouge. more...
  • Phantom From Space (NR)

    In this 1953 sci-fi film from W. Lee Wilder, panic ensues after an alien with the power of invisibility touches down in California's San Fernando Valley. more...
  • Phantom of the Opera (NR)

    Critics rank this 1925 feature by Rupert Julian well below Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, but Lon Chaney's performance as the hideous organist prowling the sewers beneath the Paris Opera is still a cornerstone of gothic horror. more...
  • The Phantom Ship (NR)

    Bela Lugosi stars in this 1935 horror film about a ship's crew being murdered one by one. more...
  • Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune (NR)

    No one needs another trip down 60s memory lane, but there's no other way to tell the life story of protest singer Phil Ochs, a true believer who gave himself over to the great liberal causes of the Vietnam era and spiraled downward into depression and suicide in 1976. more...