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CIFF Review Round-Up: ‘Sick,’ Rounding,’ and ‘All Jacked...

November 11, 2022

In our second round-up of the 2022 Chicago International Film Festival, it's...

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CIFF 2022 | ‘Aftersun’ is a Heartbreakingly Novel...

October 27, 2022

Charlotte Wells’ debut film establishes her as a director experienced far...

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CIFF 2022 | ‘A Compassionate Spy’ Confronts The...

October 8, 2022

Chicago documentarian Steve James’s new film is no John le Carré novel. 

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Photo Essay: ‘Respect our voice, respect our choice!’...

September 30, 2022

Part-time faculty organized in front of the Art Institute Sept. 21 demanding a...

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Bernie Sanders and AICWU Stand Against Corporate Greed

June 29, 2022

Photos from a night of solidarity in Chicago.

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Auteur Theory: The Enduring Imminence of “Children of...

May 17, 2022

Alfonso Cuarón's dystopian masterpiece confronts us not with where we could...

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Auteur Theory: Where Have All The Uncomfortable Movies...

May 12, 2022

Why did films, arthouse and blockbuster alike, stop making its audiences...

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Auteur Theory: The Power of the Soundtrack

May 9, 2022

How the perfect needle drop can elevate a film from good to great, and how the...

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The fairway of the course.

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Public Golf, Private Interests

May 5, 2022

A photo essay and opinion on Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course.

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AICWU members stand in front of the contemporary wing of AIC.

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AICWU sends off bargaining committee

May 4, 2022

AICWU members celebrate the bargaining committee's first round of negotiations.

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Go Back, Go Into

April 22, 2022

U.S. presidents drive the American War Machine.

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Auteur Theory: Television Auteurs

April 14, 2022

How do auteurs challenge the inherent limitations of creating a show for...

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