It usually takes several years and millions of dollars to write, shoot, edit and market a movie, but some Chicagoans will try to do all of that in just this coming weekend.
Through awful dialog and plot points, the creators of Jurassic World treat the audience like they’re stupid. I don’t like being treated like I’m stupid, do you?
“Good Times,” which aired on CBS, was about an African-American family living in a poor neighborhood in Chicago.
In recent years, Hollywood has financed and developed more and more films that draw attention to the effects of humans on planet earth.
Before Sundance, before Toronto, there was Chicago. Recognized as the first international film festival in North America, this year marks its 50th anniversary.
With such a great Latino community, it makes sense that Chicago would have a great Latino film festival. The 29th Chicago Latino Film Festival has started and features some of the best Spanish-speaking films in the world. So, you know, go check it out already!
Eschel’s documentary captures the history of the Maxwell Street Market. CBS 2’s Harry Porterfield reports.
A suburban drive-in theater is trying to keep up with the times through fundraisers. WBBM Newsradio’s Lisa Fielding reports.
When it comes to independent movie theaters, get ready to look beyond the multiplex for historic and unique gems in Chicago.
A documentary from a Naperville teen takes a blunt look at drug use in her high school.