After a decade of setbacks, Harper Theater finally opens its doors to the community.
Chicago International Movies and Music Festival blurs the line between two distinct artistic mediums..
‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ is mawkish with its use of 9/11.
In Roman Polanski’s ‘Carnage,’ the parents do the damage.
Dee Rees’s breakout film highlights the experiences of a black gay teenager growing up in Brooklyn.
Returning to her alma mater to engage students in the arts, Kimberly Peirce (A.B. ’90), director of the movies Boys Don’t Cry and Stop Loss, discussed her passion for film and and her experiences in the movie industry in a discussion with her former professor, Lauren Berlant.