Everyone likes to talk about movies, so let’s keep the conversation going! The Gene Siskel Film Center will get everyone talking with monthly film conversations. Audiences are invited to informal conversations led by—but not monopolized by—carefully selected facilitators.

PREVIOUSLY

Chicago premiere! Panel discussion!

Franca: Chaos & Creation

2016, Francesco Carrozzini, Italy/USA, 80 min.

Showtimes:

  • Sat, Mar 4th 6:15pm
  • Mon, Mar 6th 7:45pm

MARCH 6: Following the March 6 screening, a panel chaired by Gillion Carrara, Director of the Fashion Resource Center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and including Debra Riley Parr, Associate Professor of design history and theory at Columbia College Chicago, Geoffrey Rhodes, Associate Professor, Department of Visual Communication Design, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and fashion journalist and consultant Maria Vanessa Colapinto will discuss the issues.

Chicago premiere!

Saving Banksy

2015, Colin M. Day, USA, 80 min.

Showtimes:

  • Fri, Feb 3rd 8:00pm
  • Sat, Feb 4th 2:30pm
  • Sun, Feb 5th 12:30pm
  • Sun, Feb 5th 4:00pm
  • Mon, Feb 6th 6:15pm
  • Mon, Feb 6th 8:00pm
  • Tue, Feb 7th 8:15pm
  • Wed, Feb 8th 6:15pm
  • Thu, Feb 9th 6:15pm
  • Thu, Feb 9th 8:15pm

FEBRUARY 8: The 6:15 pm screening on Wednesday, February 8, is a Movie Club event, facilitated by psychotherapist and Art Institute of Chicago adjunct lecturer Tamara Faulkner.