Let’s Get Working: Chicago Celebrates Studs Terkel

Let’s Get Working: Chicago Celebrates Studs Terkel (May 9-11, 2014) is a three-day festival at the University of Chicago’s Logan Center for the Arts featuring concerts, discussions, listening stations, performances, screenings, soapbox debates, and more. South Side Projections is honored…

Bring the Ruckus: Red Grooms on Celluloid

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In partnership with the Co-Prosperity Sphere, South Side Projections presents Bring the Ruckus: Red Grooms on Celluloid, a sampling of experimental works from the 1960s. A graduate of the Art Institute, Red Grooms is best known for his expressionistic sculpto-pictoramas…

Revolution on Film: The Black Arts Movement

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In conjunction with the “AfriCOBRA in Chicago: Philosophy” exhibit at the Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, South Side Projections presents four free screenings that provide a wider context to the Black Arts Movement of which…

Jim Kelly Day, August 17 at Chatham 14

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To celebrate the iconic cinematic presence of the late Jim Kelly, the black martial arts movie star best known for his role opposite Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon and whose character helped defined this period of martial arts action…

CAT Film Festival! July 26 and 27

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We’re ecstatic to be pairing with Chicago Filmmakers to present the most anticipated event in film history in the past several years at least: The CAT Film Festival (“CAT” doesn’t stand for anything except our excitement). On Friday, July 26…