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He doesn’t look like a stereotypical rock star, but this rough-hewn dynamo of a Manhattan cab driver, who hauls a guitar in the trunk, is the real deal. Milan Mumin is an idolized rock’...
This spookily sumptuous neo-noir shot in velvety black-and-white is the American indie discovery of the year, possibly of the decade. Iranian American director Amirpour, a former rock...
The smash hit of our Black Harvest Film Festival in August, we bring back HOGTOWN in its fine-tuned, definitive version. The story begins in Chicago in the winter of 1919 and initially...
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Hotline: (312) 846 2800
Gene Siskel Film Center
of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
164 N. State Street | Chicago, IL 60601
Dynamic location for presentations meetings, trainings, and luncheons. Theaters and gallery/cafe available during daytime hours.
Call 312.846.2076 or visit our Facility Rental page for more details.