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Friday
Sep152017

THE NILE HOTEL INCIDENT (on CINE-FILE Chicago)

For CINE-FILE Chicago, I wrote up THE NILE HOTEL INCIDENT. It's unforgettable, I think: an Egypt-set crime picture. You may read my writeup here. Do consider seeing it at the Gene Siskel Film Center this week. 

Friday
Sep082017

COLUMBUS (on CINE-FILE Chicago)

I contributed a writeup of Kogonada's COLUMBUS to CINE-FILE Chicago. Do consider checking the film out if architecture or movies, or both, mean something to you. I'm still thinking about it, actually. Maybe it's saying, Even if art doesn't change the world, it can connect with one person. And maybe that's the same thing, in a way. You may read my writeup here. It's playing at the Music Box this week; check their website for showtimes. 

Friday
Sep012017

FOOTNOTES (on CINE-FILE Chicago)

While I had a few reservations, FOOTNOTES tickled me, precisely because it is so very French. My writeup's at CINE-FILE Chicago. It plays this week at the Gene Siskel Film Center.


Friday
Aug252017

KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL (on CINE-FILE Chicago)

I did a writeup on KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL for CINE-FILE Chicago, under the section CRUCIAL VIEWING – NOIR STYLE. It's playing Saturday at 2:30 pm as part of this year's "Noir City" fest, presented by the Film Noir Foundation. Take a walk on the dark side this week at the Music Box.


Saturday
Aug192017

DAVE MADE A MAZE (on CINE-FILE Chicago)

I wrote about DAVE MADE A MAZE for CINE-FILE Chicago. It slaked my thirst for something I hadn't seen before. It's playing this week at Facets.