Coming Soon

<cite>Listen Up Philip</cite>

opens Fri 24 Oct

Listen Up Philip

directed by Alex Ross Perry starring Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss, Krysten Ritter

Anger rages in Philip as he awaits the publication of his second novel.

“I can't think of a recent movie that stages with as much joy and wonder the sense of living a life that becomes, directly or obliquely, in action or in idea, the stuff of art.” —Richard Brody, New Yorker

<cite>Harmontown</cite>

opens Fri 31 Oct

Harmontown

directed by Neil Berkeley

After he was unceremoniously let go from NBC’s Community, show creator Dan Harmon hit the road, bringing his popular Harmontown podcast to fans across the country.

“Perverse, uncensored, deeply nerdy, and spit-take hilarious...” —Logan Hill, Rolling Stone

<cite>Hiroshima Mon Amour</cite>

opens Fri 31 Oct

Hiroshima Mon Amour

directed by Alain Resnais in French starring Emmanuelle Riva, Eiji Okada, Stella Dallas

4K restoration of Alain Resnais’s French New Wave classic!

<cite>1,000 Times Good Night</cite>

opens Fri 7 Nov

1,000 Times Good Night

directed by Erik Poppe starring Juliette Binoche, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Rebecca is one of world’s top war photojournalists, capturing chilling images in the most dire landscapes, in an effort to shed light on the real cost of war.

“Juliette Binoche infuses familiar internal crises with palpable pain and urgency.” —Time Out Chicago

<cite>Watchers of the Sky</cite>

opens Fri 7 Nov

Watchers of the Sky

directed by Edet Belzberg

Watchers of the Sky interweaves four stories of remarkable courage, compassion, and determination, while setting out to uncover the forgotten life of Raphael Lemkin.

“An impressive and artful cinematic thesis of palpable substance.” —Variety

<cite>Diplomacy</cite>

opens Fri 14 Nov

Diplomacy

directed by Volker Schlöndorff starring André Dussollier, Niels Arestrup, Burghart Klaußner

As the Allies march toward Paris in the summer of 1944, Hitler gives orders that the French capital should not fall into enemy hands, or if it does, then ‘only as a field of rubble’.

“Passionate, engaging and emotional... A fine return to form for the veteran German helmer (The Tin Drum)... An elegant orchestrated pas de deux between formidable opponents.” —Variety

<cite>The Invisible Front</cite>

opens Fri 14 Nov

The Invisible Front

directed by Jonas Ohman, Vincas Sruoginis

The Invisible Front was the code name used by the Soviet Interior Forces for the armed resistance in the occupied territories of the former Soviet Union.

<cite>Point and Shoot</cite>

opens Fri 21 Nov

Point and Shoot

directed by Marshall Curry starring Matthew Vandyke

Point and Shoot follows Matt VanDyke, a timid 26-year-old with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, who left home in Baltimore in 2006 and set off on a self-described “crash course in manhood.”

“A gripping non-fiction thriller. Riveting... suspenseful, densely edited... an extraordinary and quietly disturbing film.” —The Hollywood Reporter

<cite>Escobar: Paradise Lost</cite>

opens Wed 26 Nov

Escobar: Paradise Lost

directed by Andrea Di Stefano starring Benicio Del Toro, Josh Hutcherson, Brady Corbet

An American surfer, Nick (Josh Hutcherson, The Hunger Games) thinks he has found paradise by joining his brother in Colombia when he meets the girl of his dreams and they fall madly in love.

<cite>White Christmas</cite>

opens Sat 13 Dec

White Christmas

Chicago’s beloved holiday event returns!

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