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South Side Cinema, September 26-October 2

South Side Cinema, September 26-October 2

Did you miss us? I know we did. Jazz Films at the Hyde Park Jazz Festival Saturday, September 27th at 2PM, Logan Center for the Arts, 915 E. 60th St., University of Chicago Our own Michael W. Phillips Jr., who also sits on the programming advisory committee of the Black Cinema House, introduces the BCH’s...
South Side Cinema, August 15-21

South Side Cinema, August 15-21

Sun’s out, guns out. We get that – enjoy the last bit of summer vacation before it’s gone. After all that sun though, pick your sunburns while you wind down with a great film from these lovely organizations this week. SATURDAY, August 16th – 2:00PM @ Gallery 400 (400 S. Peoria St., UIC) Reaching for...
South Side Cinema, August 8-14

South Side Cinema, August 8-14

There are some great films being shown around the south side this week. If you’re looking for something to see and you’ve had your fill of Guardians of the Galaxy, you should check these hot titles out and support your local theaters/film festivals. FRIDAY, August 8th – 7:00PM, 9:00PM @ Doc Films Psycho Beach Party...

“The Last Pullman Car” on WTTW, Labor Day

Quite fittingly, Kartemquin Films’s documentary The Last Pullman Car is playing on WTTW on Labor Day at 10pm. If you missed our screening last fall, quite fittingly at the Pullman State Historic Site, we advise you to check it out. Here’s a bit about the film, a fumbling attempt to explain why it’s so great....

More Press from Chicago Weekly

Chicago Weekly writes another nice article about South Side Projections. Please note: our director’s taste in movies is not like Michael Bay’s. Otherwise, great article.

New Site on the Way

An old friend is in the process of designing a new site for South Side Projections, and it comes with a new look for the whole organization. Here’s a rough mockup. It’s amazing what you can do with, you know, expertise. From now on, we’ll leave the designing to the designers and concentrate on the...

Pullman Press

The University of Chicago’s newspaper Chicago Weekly wrote a really nice article about the October 1 screenings. Meanwhile, Chicagoist orders you to attend this Saturday’s screening of Kartemquin’s The Last Pullman Car, which sounds like good advice to me.

Alphabet Soup!

SSP is partnering with CTVN and ASN! As part of our commitment to using film and video to educate as well as entertain, South Side Projections will be presenting a one-hour film and video program to students enrolled in the Community Television Network/After School Matters video program at Bowen High School on October 19. Read...
More to Do on October 1

More to Do on October 1

If you’re looking for something to do after the Pullman screening, stop by Hyde Park’s newest and busiest arts and cultural center, SHoP (Southside Hub of Production), at 5638 S. Woodlawn. The open house starts at 4 and goes until whenever. South Side Projections founder Michael W. Phillips Jr. will be showing videos at 6pm,...

Our Pullman Screenings Get Some Press

Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips interviews SSP founder Michael W. Phillips Jr. (we’re pretty sure they’re not related) about South Side Projections, concentrating on our October 1 and October 22 screenings at the Pullman State Historic Site.