Reeling Film Festival
Time Out says
Founded in 1981 and organized by Chicago Filmmakers, Reeling is the second-oldest LGBTQ film festival in the U.S., featuring a lineup of features, shorts and documentaries highlighting the diversity of queer stories and filmmakers from around the world. The fest will offer a mixture of in-person and virtual programming that includes 42 films this year, kicking off with a screening of Peeter Rebane's Cold War love story Firebird at the Music Box Theatre (3733 N Southport Ave) and running September 24–30 at the Landmark Century Centre Cinemas (2828 N. Clark St). From there, watch screenings virtually through October 7. For a full schedule of films and other events, visit the festival's website.