The Chicago Film office gets a new boss.
Björk, twenty-one, unbreakable, in fantastic black-and-white medieval fable set in Iceland.
Chicago summers have killed in the past and will kill again.
Why does this array seem like the future for anyone who’s film-fixated? A few reasons, among them that streaming is not what many consumers take it for.
After “Hereditary,” Ari Aster’s horror stays in the family with the icy anthropo-horror “Midsommar.”
Dressed up to the eyes
It’s a wonderful surprise
To see your shoes and your spirits rise
Throwing out your frown
And just smiling at the sound.
The best feature film of 2017 marks its 35mm debut; “Hedwig” and “Escape from New York” are digitally restored; Ari Aster follows up “Hereditary” with a sunshiney horror; and Quentin Tarantino numbers his ninth, count ’em, ninth feature.
“Do the Right Thing” on the big screen: fantastic and furious.
A wanton world entire, the 1970s according to Bob Dylan in fact and song and fiction; oh, such fiction.
Tentative workplace romance from Germany, with the lead actors from “Toni Erdmann” and “Transit.”