Opens December 16 | Directed by Daniel Nearing (HOGTOWN, inaugural City of Chicago Filmmaker in Residence, and Chicago Tribune’s Chicagoan of the Year for Film, 2017), and set in Chicago, Montréal, and Paris, SISTER CARRIE stars Eve Rydberg, renowned ballet dancer Fabrice Calmels, and Cameron Knight in quiet story about love and conscience, drawn from multiple literary sources, including Theodore Dreiser’s eponymous 1900 novel, Alexandre Dumas fils' La Dame aux Camélias, Abbé Prévost’s Manon Lescaut, and Sherwood Anderson’s “Brothers.” 

Orchestra: Paul Bhasin, Composer and Conductor; Christy Song, violin; Carol Xu, violin; Vivian Zhao, piano; Julia Nagel, Flute; Siji Osunkoya, Viola; Kaito Mimura, Violin; Yihoon Shin, Violin; Andrew Choi, Cello; Sean Parker, Cello; Caleb Park, Cello; Nathan Muz, Bassoon; Eli Parrish, Clarinet

Showtimes:
Friday, December 16 - 6:30PM special event with live orchestral score + Q&A, all proceeds benefit the Gene Siskel Film Center - $50 
Saturday, December 17 - 4:00PM & 6:30PM with live orchestral score + Q&A 
Sunday, December 18 - 2:00PM + Q&A 
Tuesday, December 20 - 6:30PM + Q&A 

SISTER CARRIE lookbookhttps://www.923films.com/sister-carrie-lookbook.


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