Founded in 1940, the University of Chicago's single-screen Doc Films theater is on record as the longest continuously running student film society in the country. While it began featuring documentaries, the modern screening schedule showcases classic films from a variety of genres, appealing to film aficionados as well as casual moviegoers.
|Venue name:||Doc Films|
University of Chicago
1212 E 59th St
|Cross street:||between Kimbark and Woodlawn Aves|
|Transport:||Bus: 4, 6, 14, 28, 59, 171. Train: Elec Main to 59th St.|
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- A mercurial and explosive film, Blindspotting nimbly parses conflicts about race, rent, incarceration and gentrification. The film is set in bustling and bristling Oakland—a landscape that churns with spoken word as well as tensions between long...Read more