THIS WEEK

Chicago premiere!
Chicago premiere!
In 2003, Amsterdam’s fabled Rijksmuseum, home of masterpieces by Rembrandt and other Dutch masters, embarked on an ambitious renovation project, and filmmaker Hoogendijk set out to make a conventional hour-long documentary about it. Then came ten years of setbacks, delays, debates, public protests, compromises, and resignations, and, as Hoogendijk puts it, her film “turned into nothing short of a Shakespearean drama.”

A Road movie with a capital R, WALKING THE CAMINO is a documentary journey over the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile route across northern Spain that has attracted pilgrims since the...

In 1929, a Berlin doctor and his young lover, both married, abandon their spouses and the settled life for an uninhabited outpost in the Galapagos Islands, where they plan to live as “...

The name Carlos Saura is synonymous with the art of flamenco, owing to the director’s vibrant international hits including BLOOD WEDDING, CARMEN, and FLAMENCO. In this long-awaited...