Welcome to South Side Projections

Founded in 2011, South Side Projections presents films at locations across Chicago’s south side to foster conversation about complex social and political issues. At many screenings, we enlist scholars, activists, and filmmakers to lead discussions, while other screenings offer opportunities to present seldom-seen films of historical and artistic value to the communities of Chicago’s south side. In all cases we are a springboard to a deeper understanding of our communities and the broader world.

Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues

October 16 at 2pm | Bronzeville Historical Society

Black Theater: The Making of a Movement

October 30 at 2pm | Bronzeville Historical Society

Latest Q&As, Interviews, and Videos

Rea Tajiri: History and Memory: The Q&A

With Rea Tajiri, Vincent Schleitwiler, and Chelsea Foxwell

Welcome to This House: The Q&A

with Barbara Hammer

Liz White’s Othello: The Q&A

With Ron OJ Parson, James Vincent Meredith, and Honey Crawford

Art Worlds of the South Side: The Q&A

With Candace Ming and Rebecca Zorach

The Spook Who Sat by the Door: The Q&A

With Sandra Jackson-Opoku, David Lemieux, and Jamilah Lemieux

AfriCOBRA: The Q&A

With Deva Newman, Gerald Williams, and D. Denenge Duyst-Akpem

The Mural Movement and the Black Arts Movement: The Q&A

With Arlene Turner Crawford, Eugene Eda Wade, and Rebecca Zorach