In case there aren’t enough films to choose from at the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival, we’ve added even more to check out. Here’s the latest; tickets are on sale now!
Watch this space for all the latest updates to the Festival lineup.
Marking filmmaker Pablo Larraín’s second film at this year’s Festival (he also directed NERUDA), this compelling biopic stars Natalie Portman as First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Larraín is scheduled to attend! Monday, October 17
A CONVERSATION WITH TARAJI P. HENSON
Join us for a chat with Taraji P. Henson about her new film, HIDDEN FIGURES, including a sneak peek at clips from the film. Sunday, October 23
A QUIET PASSION – added screening!
Cynthia Nixon is scheduled to attend this added screening of her latest film, about American poet and recluse Emily Dickinson. Wednesday, October 19
THEY ALL LAUGHED
A new restoration of Peter Bogdanovich’s most personal film joins the Festival lineup alongside our Tribute to the iconic filmmaker and a screening of One Day Since Yesterday. Screens Monday, October 17
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO
This stunning documentary essay narrated by Samuel L. Jackson brings writer James Baldwin’s perspective on race to life. Screens Thursday, October 20
CATHOLICS VS CONVICTS
Chicago hosts the world premiere of this next installment of ESPN’s 30 for 30, the story of the bitter rivalry between Notre Dame and University of Miami. Screens Tuesday, October 25