Festival Venue: Gene Siskel Film Center

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Festival Venue: Gene Siskel Film Center

The Gene Siskel Film Center is Chicago’s premier art house cinema in the heart of the theater district, bringing film lovers together for an unparalleled movie-going experience.

Gene Siskel Film Center

164 N State St, Chicago, IL 60601
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Exterior of a grey concrete building with sign for the Siskel Film Center
Audience members in an indoor movie theatre

Films Showing Here

Any Given Day

Margaret Byrne  |   United States
Bulgarian, English  

In this raw, moving, and remarkable examination of struggle and resilience, director Margaret Byrne (Raising Bertie) follows Chicagoans Angela, Daniel, and Dimitar as the trio participates in a probation program [...]

Come Here

(Jai jumlong)

Anocha Suwichakornpong  |   Thailand

In this entrancing cinematic idyll, four twenty-something theater actors from Bangkok spend their days drinking, talking, smoking, and rehearsing scenes from a play while vacationing in Western Thailand. They explore [...]

For the Left Hand

Leslie Simmer, Gordon Quinn  |   United States

When aspiring Chicago pianist Norman Malone was just 10-years-old, his father violently attacked him with a hammer, leaving the young virtuoso paralyzed on his right side. But Malone never gave [...]

In Front of Your Face


Hong Sangsoo  |   South Korea

A middle-aged former actress living in the United States returns home to South Korea to reconnect with old friends, visit family, and atone for past transgressions. While on her trip, [...]


Apichatpong Weerasethakul  |   Colombia
English, Spanish  

In a fascinating collaboration between the acclaimed Thai filmmaker and star Tilda Swinton, we follow a Scotswoman living in Bogotá, who is disturbed one night by a loud, mysterious sound [...]