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Pandora And The Flying Dutchman
Digital 4K restoration of one of cinematographer Jack Cardiff’s most gorgeous films, in the act of capturing Ava Gardner.
First Chicago run of Pedro Costa’s latest portrait of migrants, faces, shadows, sunlight.
Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin
Werner Herzog sets out on a journey to recollect the life and passions of his late friend, the writer-adventurer Bruce Chatwin.
(Chicago Film Society at Music Box)
Mikhail Kaufman’s 1929 silent, a portrait of Kyiv through the seasons; Georges Sadoul called it a “new form, [a] cine-poem.” 35mm.
A24 brands itself as the new home for stylish horror, promoting “Saint Maud,” about a hospice nurse bent on saving the soul of a patient, in the “tradition” of “Hereditary” and last year’s “Midsommar.”
Ray Pride is Newcity’s film critic and a contributing editor to Filmmaker magazine.
His multimedia history of Chicago “Ghost Signs” will be published soon. Previews of the project are on Twitter and on Instagram as Ghost Signs Chicago. More photography on Instagram.