A DGAF kitsch smorgasbord from Chance the Rapper’s go-to video man.
Drab, dated traipse in search of Trump voters in the six months leading up to 11/9/16.
Boys’ lives refracted with gorgeous subjectivity.
It’s all inside your personal devices.
Twelve-and-a-half hours depict a year in the lives at Oak Park River Forest High School. Essential viewing from Steve James and a large, dedicated crew.
One day in the life of a Texas restaurant a few steps below Hooters: a great comedy, one of Andrew Bujalski’s best.
The life of mine: Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce swell in the story of a shared career signed by one partner.
Check out the oldest and largest film festival for kids in North America, the fifty-fourth annual Chicago International film Festival, and an unfinished 1970s Orson Welles film that was finally completed.
Time out of rhyme: musical obsession leads to an unlikely comic triangle.
David Byrne’s only directorial outing; Bergman’s most beloved and most reviled; a “lost” 1986 feature by Godard; and Dennis Hopper’s “Last Movie” regained in a glorious restoration.