Gene Siskel Film Center

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  • Address:

    Gene Siskel Film Center 164 N State St
    Downtown
    Chicago

  • Cross Street:

    at Randolph St

  • Venue phone:

    312-846-2600

  • Venue website:

    siskelfilmcenter.org

  • Transport:

    El stop:Brown,Green,Orange,Pink,Purple (rush hrs) to State/Lake;Blue to Clark/Lake;Red to Lake.

  • Price:

    $11, students $7, members $6, School of the Art Institute students and faculty $4

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The Forgotten Kingdom

A young man travels to his ancestral land to bury his estranged father. He is drawn to the mystical beauty and hardships of the land and people he had forgotten.

  • Wed Aug 27:

    • 6:15pm

A Summer's Tale

Rating: 5/5

From the verbose intellectuals in his 1969 classic My Night at Maud’s to the loquacious lovers of 2007’s erotic The Romance of Astrea and Celadon, director Eric Rohmer has always loved talk. Yet in this sublime 1996 love story, nearly ten minutes ela...

  • Wed Aug 27:

    • 6:00pm
  • Thu Aug 28:

    • 8:00pm

Dinosaur 13

Rating: 4/5

It should have been the discovery of the century, celebrated with a unity of spirit: the 1990 unearthing of Sue, a fossilized tyrannosaur of unusual completeness found in western South Dakota. In its early scenes, Dinosaur 13 works nearly as well as...

  • Wed Aug 27:

    • 8:15pm
  • Thu Aug 28:

    • 6:00pm

From Above

As a widower (Danny Glover) struggles to cope with his Native American wife's death, flashbacks reveal the role Shakespeare's works played back when they first fell in love.

  • Thu Aug 28:

    • 6:30pm

Hitchcock: Early, Rare and Classic

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  • Critics' pick

You may think you're a Hitchcock super fan but the Siskel Center is testing that with a month of screenings focusing on some of the prolific director's more overlooked films. You won't find Psycho or North by Northwest on this schedule, so take the opportunity...

Hitchcock: Early, Rare and Classic
  1. Sat Aug 30 – Thu Sep 4
  2. Gene Siskel Film Center
  3. $11, $6 for Film Center members
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20th Annual Black Harvest Film Festival

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  • Critics' pick

The Gene Siskel Film Center is celebrating stories of the black experience from around the globe all August long. In celebrating their 20th year, this festival will be bigger than ever, including appearances from filmmakers at many of the film screen...

20th Annual Black Harvest Film Festival
  1. Wed Aug 27 – Thu Aug 28
  2. Gene Siskel Film Center
  3. $11, $6 for Film Center members
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The Unquiet American: Transgressive Comedies from the U.S.

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  • Critics' pick

For more than 3 months, the Siskel Center, will present this series of films, featuring weekly lectures from film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, focusing on the many forms that American comedy and satire have taken from 1930 to 2006.

The Unquiet American: Transgressive Comedies from the U.S.
  1. Fri Aug 29 – Tue Sep 30
  2. Gene Siskel Film Center
  3. $11, $5 for Film Center members
More info

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