Festival Venue: Chicago History Museum

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Festival Venue: Chicago History Museum

Home to the museum and library of the Chicago Historical Society, the Chicago History Museum in Lincoln Park is also a popular location for celebrations and events. This summer, Cinema/Chicago hosted part of our annual free summer screenings program at the museum and are thrilled to return with select Festival screenings.

Chicago History Museum

1601 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614
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Side view of a long red brick building with a curved from full of floor-to-ceiling windows.
Rows of seats lead down to a stage and movie screen in a clean white room.

Public Transit & Parking

The #22 and #36 buses stop right outside the main entrance of the museum. The #9, #72, #73, #151, and #156 buses stop within 400 meters of the venue.

Parking is located one block north (less than 500 feet) of the museum. Parking can be validated for $10 at the Museum’s box office. Specific spots are designated for those using mobility devices.

Screenings at the Chicago History Museum

Sun October 18

DocumentaryOutLook CompetitionCity & StateWomen in Cinema

ART AND PEP

Dir. Mercedes Kane | United States
1:00pm

Sat October 22

DocumentaryBlack PerspectivesCity & StateWomen in Cinema

THE BIG PAYBACK

Dir: Erika Alexander & Whitney Dow | United States1:00pm

Wed October 19

DocumentaryBlack PerspectivesCity & StateWomen in Cinema

KING OF KINGS: CHASING EDWARD JONES

Dir: Harriet Marin Jones | France, United States6:00pm

Sat October 22

City & StateDocumentaryCity & State

NO ORDINARY CAMPAIGN

Dir: Christopher Burke | United States3:30pm