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  • Open TV

    A selection of recent web series from the local Open TV streaming platform. more...
  • Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood
  • Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood

    If this film feels less satisfying than Quentin Tarantino's previous three, it's likely because the writer-director has exhausted whatever he has to say about the relationship between movies and history and is simply spinning his wheels. more...
  • One Child Nation
  • One Child Nation (R)

    New York-based filmmaker Nanfu Wang was born in China in 1985 during its mandated one-child policy, a stringently enforced 36-year social experiment meant to curb the nation's burgeoning population and stave off widespread famine. more...
  • On Power and Play in Virtual Worlds

    Critics Dawn Chan and Mary Flanagan participate in an illustrated conversation about the social and political aspects of virtual reality, games, digital art, and software design. more...
  • Otherhood
  • Otherhood (R)

    When will they stop making movies about women teaching men to be better people? more...
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  • One Earth Film Festival

    The 2019 edition of this festival devoted to films about environmental issues takes place at various Chicago and suburban locations from March 1-10. more...
  • Official Secrets
  • Official Secrets (R)

    As in his 2015 thriller Eye in the Sky, about the harrowing calculations behind drone war strikes, director Gavin Hood relies on the narrative device of a ticking-clock countdown in this adaptation of Marcia and Thomas Mitchell's espionage chronicle The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Katharine Gun and the Secret Plot to Sanction the Iraq Invasion. more...
  • On Watching Men

    Curator Rachel Rakes assembles a program of experimental documentaries (1976-2010) by Chick Strand, Tracey Moffat, Yael Bartana, and Jumana Manna, that look at social representations of masculinity. more...
  • Océan

    French trans actor and director Océan directed this documentary mini-series about his transition, covering events over the course of a year. more...
  • Once Upon a Deadpool
  • Once Upon a Deadpool (PG-13)

    When our favorite irreverent pansexual super-antihero (Ryan Reynolds) announces near the top of Deadpool 2 that the mayhem on screen is actually a family film, in a way he's right: without the obligatory creation story baggage of the 2016 original, the sequel zips along as the motormouth assassin tries to clean up his act (sort of) and finds family where he wasn't looking. more...