A girl in the city in her dreams.
Gripping, acerbic satire of a young Palestinian writer’s fortunes on a popular Israeli television soap opera.
Sean Baker on how a 35mm print of “The Florida Project” came to pass nearly two years after the theatrical run of 2017’s best American feature.
Fassbinder lives! Three strong women, one driven filmmaker: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s “BRD Trilogy” arrives on Blu-ray.
Photographic great Robert Frank allows a confessional survey of his life and work to be shown in the United States after withholding rights for fifteen years.
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.”