Revolutionary Art: The Spook Who Sat by the Door, Sep. 29

Revolutionary Art: The Spook Who Sat by the Door, Sep. 29

Ivan Dixon's practical guide for urban revolution, followed by a panel discussion with David Lemieux, Jamilah Lemieux, and Sandra Jackson-Opoku.
Environmental Concerns: Earthkeeping, Oct. 3

Environmental Concerns: Earthkeeping, Oct. 3

Two episodes of WTTW's early 1970s show Earthkeeping, which addressed environmental and sociological issues of modern urban life.
Family Saturday: From Cool Structures to Rhythm & Blues, Oct. 6

Family Saturday: From Cool Structures to Rhythm & Blues, Oct. 6

This month's Family Saturday screening features fun films about machines and music, including one by award-winning children's book author Christian Robinson.
Art & Music: The Cry of Jazz and Chicago Blues, Oct. 20

Art & Music: The Cry of Jazz and Chicago Blues, Oct. 20

"Chicago's Black Arts Movement in Film" continues with restored versions of two iconic films about the intersection of music, visual art, race, and politics.
The Mural Movement and the Black Arts Movement, Nov. 10

The Mural Movement and the Black Arts Movement, Nov. 10

Home movies and groundbreaking documentaries depict the creation of important murals on the south and west sides.
"Elvira" with immigration activist Elvira Arellano, May 19

“Elvira” with immigration activist Elvira Arellano, May 19

A film about Elvira Arellano, an undocumented immigrant who becomes an activist after she takes sanctuary in a Humboldt Park church after her arrest in an anti-terror sweep at O'Hare Airport.
Family Saturday: Animation and Imagination, Mar. 3

Family Saturday: Animation and Imagination, Mar. 3

For this month’s Logan Center Family Saturday animation theme, South Side Projections is showcasing a few of the many different ways to make an animated film.
Fundraiser: Undocumented Immigration Film Series

Fundraiser: Undocumented Immigration Film Series

We're raising money to help pay for a series of films about undocumented immigrants, and we have cool giveaways to thank you for your generous help.
Llévate Mis Amores (All of Me), Feb. 28

Llévate Mis Amores (All of Me), Feb. 28

In the Mexican village of La Patrona, a multigenerational group of women, known as Las Patronas, prepare packages of food, clothing, and other necessities, which they toss to migrants riding freight trains north to the United States.
The Other Side of Immigration, Mar. 14

The Other Side of Immigration, Mar. 14

The second in our series of films about undocumented immigrants asks what happens to the families and communities of immigrants who come to the U.S., providing a perspective that Americans rarely consider.