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Wednesday – Oct 24, 2012

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6:00pm – Marie Kroyer

Marie Kroyer

Married to one of Denmark’s most celebrated 19th century painters, Marie Krøyer’s life is both privileged and fraught. With artistic aspirations of her own, Marie struggles to discover her identity while managing her husband’s increasingly erratic behavior and begins to look outside of her marriage for affirmation and autonomy. But at what cost? This beautifully crafted period drama presents a compelling portrait of a woman ahead of her time.

Danish with subtitles 103 min

6:00pm – Post Tenebras Lux

Post Tenebras Lux

An astonishing visual tour de force from Mexican filmaker Reygadas (whose previous film, 2007’s Silent Light, won the Gold Hugo), this enigmatic, elusive film presents the occurrences around a family of four. Mundane domestic events are punctuated with tableaux of overwhelming beauty, while some sinister force lurks outside. Filled with arresting images from one of world cinema’s most innovative visual masters, Post Tenebras Lux is a truly sui generis work.

Spanish with subtitles 120 min

6:15pm – The Best of INTERCOM

The Best of INTERCOM

The 48th International Communications Media competition
(INTERCOM), a competition run by the Festival’s presenting organization, Cinema/Chicago, recognizes the incredible creativity found in corporate, industrial, and educational filmmaking. This screening will showcase some of this year’s winning work, presenting an hour of non-theatrical filmmaking whose level of cinematic achievement truly deserves to be seen on the big screen.

60 min

6:30pm – Ken Nordine Presents Agenbite of Inwit

Ken Nordine Presents Agenbite of Inwit

Voice-over and radio legend Ken Nordine (Word Jazz) has recorded hundreds of radio and TV spots and movie trailers over the past seven decades and has been the voice of our Festival for 47 years. From his far-out mind comes Agenbite of Inwit, which he describes simply: “The title comes from a phrase purported to be from a Benedictine monk who lived in the 14th century, and dealt with the inner workings of the bite on conscience. Take a look, hope you like it.”

English 57 min