"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.
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.
January Family Saturday: Visions of Peace

January Family Saturday: Visions of Peace

On January 6, join us for a family-friendly screening of films about making a better world.
"Were You There" series with Carol Munday Lawrence and Ytasha L. Womack, Dec. 2

“Were You There” series with Carol Munday Lawrence and Ytasha L. Womack, Dec. 2

Saturday, December 2, 7pm DuSable Museum of African American History, 740 E. 56th Pl. Carol Munday Lawrence in conversation with Ytasha L. Womack Presented by South Side Projections, the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, the DuSable Museum of African American History, and...
Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) films with Carol Munday Lawrence, Dec. 2

Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) films with Carol Munday Lawrence, Dec. 2

Pioneering African American filmmaker Carol Munday Lawrence presents her Nguzo Saba series of animated films.
South Side Film Festival pre-fest screening "The Cry of Jazz," Sep. 30

South Side Film Festival pre-fest screening “The Cry of Jazz,” Sep. 30

Black World Cinema, South Side Projections, and the Hyde Park Art Center present a free pre-festival screening event introducing the first annual South Side Film Festival, which celebrates films and filmmakers of the south side of Chicago.
Logan Center Family Saturday: Architecture Films, Oct. 7

Logan Center Family Saturday: Architecture Films, Oct. 7

South Side Projections returns to the Logan Center's Family Saturday with a selection of recent child-appropriate films that touch on architecture and how it affects our daily lives.