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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...
The first film in the Daniel Nearing trilogy continued by HOGTOWN, CHICAGO HEIGHTS drew turn-away crowds at the 2010...
Revolutionary philosopher Frantz Fanon’s searing indictment of colonialism, “The Wretched of the Earth,” is the basis for this film essay that filmmaker Olsson (THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE...
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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.