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2018 International Screenings Program: Reel Music

Cinema/Chicago, together with the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and our consular and cultural partners, presented the 15th annual International Screenings Program, a free weekly film series that celebrates the richness and diversity of international and independent filmmaking.


All screenings took place Wednesdays at 6:30pm.

Chicago Cultural Center,
78 E. Washington St., 2nd Floor North,
Chicago, IL 60602

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Download the 2018 International Screenings Brochure

Past 2018 Screenings

May 30 • 6:30pm

B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West Berlin (Germany)
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June 6 • 6:30pm

The Violin Teacher (Brazil)
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June 13 • 6:30pm

Duresori: The Voice of the East (South Korea)
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June 20 • 6:30pm

Lisa: The Fox-Fairy (Hungary)
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June 27 • 6:30pm

When They Awake! (Canada)
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July 11 • 6:30pm

We Did It on a Song (France)
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July 18 • 6:30pm

52Hz, I Love You (Taiwan)
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July 25 • 6:30pm

Mountain (Australia)
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August 1 • 6:30pm

Linda Linda Linda (Japan)
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August 8 • 6:30pm

She Is King (South Africa)
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August 15 • 6:30pm

Syl Johnson: Any Way the Wind Blows (USA)
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August 22 • 6:30pm

Song ‘E Napule (Italy)
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August 29 • 6:30pm

All That I Love (Poland)
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September 5 • 6:30pm

The Ballad of the Weeping Spring (Israel)
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September 12 • 6:30pm

Bright Vision (Ireland)
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September 19 • 6:30pm

Helena (Mexico)
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September 26 • 6:30pm

I Tita, A Life of Tango (Argentina)
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October 3 • 6:30pm

Waltz For Monica (Sweden)
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Program Partners and Supporters

Presented in partnership with:
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Additional support provided by: the National Endowment for the Arts and Illinois Arts Council Agency
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This program is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts and a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.