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Chicago Filmmakers, Dyke Delicious Series continue with 2019 screenings

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Since 1973, Chicago Filmmakers, a not-for-profit media arts organization, has fostered the creation, appreciation, and understanding of film and video as media for artistic and personal expression, as well as media of important social and community impact. The organization develops diverse audiences through its year-round weekly film and video exhibition programs and its two annual film festivals, Reeling the Chicago LGBTQ International Film Festival and The Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival.


Jan — March 2019

All shows have a suggested donation of $8 unless otherwise noted. Advanced tickets are avaliable for all shows on our website.

Saturday, January 26 - 7:00PM


With live music soundtrack by Dominick Gray

TELESONIC 9000 is a kaleidoscopic patchwork of found footage from more than 300 archival films and set to an original soundtrack of eclectic music composed by musician and artist Dominick Gray. During the live show, Gray performs rhythms on the drums that are synchronized with the visuals on the screen. Directed by Dominick Gray, 2016, USA, 55

Saturday, February 2 - 7:00PM


With Shayna Connelly in person

Join us for an evening of short experimental works by Shayna Connelly. The eight films that comprise A MEMORY PALACE FOR GHOSTS explore hauntings in relation to traumatic events, mental illness, everyday routines, the search for truth and the aftermath of grief.

Directed by Shayna Connelly, 2014 - 2019, USA, 60 mins.

Saturday, February 9 - 7:00PM


Dyke Delicious Series

Dunye's second feature is the story of Treasure Lee ( Yolanda Ross ), a young African American woman who has moved out of "juvenile" prison to the State Pen in search of Brownie ( Davenia Mc Fadden ) the mother she never knew. Based on four years of research into the lives of incarcerated women, the film is an authentic study of American prison life in the 21st century. Directed by Cheryl Dunye, 2000, USA, 90 mins.

Saturday, January 19 - 7:00PM


Co-Presented by Chicago Cinema Society

In Kiwi comedy MEGA TIME SQUAD, a low-level criminal finds a time-traveling device that might help him pull off the ultimate caper if he finds himself up to the task of traveling through time. Don't miss this witty blend of LOOPER, MONTY PYTHON, FARGO and good ol' Auckland! Chicago premiere, directed by Tim van Dammen, 2018, New Zealand, 86 mins.

Saturday, January 12 - 7:00PM


Dyke Delicious Series

Dyke Delicious is proud to present FINDING VIVIAN MAIER as part of our 16th season. This intriguing documentary shuttles from New York to France to Chicago as it traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America's most accomplished and insightful street photographers. Directed by John Maloof & Charlie Siskel, 2013, US, 84 min. minutes

Saturday, February 23 - 7:00PM


Co-Presented by Chicago Film Archives

This selection of short films made between 1967 and 1970 by Robert Flaxman and Don Klugman captures a unique moment in Chicago's history in which the music, comedy, and independent filmmaking scenes overlapped in hip Old Town. Filmmaker Don Klugman is scheduled to attend the screening. 50 mins.

Saturday, March 2 - 7:00PM


Co-Presented by Chicago Film Society

A companion to John Hanson and Rob Nilsson's remarkable feature NORTHERN LIGHTS ( 1978 ), THE PRAIRIE TRILOGY pivots on the memories of 97-year-old League veteran and self-described optimistic socialist Henry Martinson. Directed by John Hanson & Rob Nilsson, 1977-1980, USA, 107 min.

Saturday, March 9 - 7:00PM


Dyke Delicious Series

Maria Irene Fornes is "America's Great Unknown Playwright." When she stops writing due to dementia, a friendship with a young writer reignites her visionary creative spirit, triggering a film collaboration that picks up where the pen left off. Winner of the best documentary feature at the 2018 Reeling LGBTQ+ Film Festival. Directed by Michelle Memran, 2018, USA, 79 mins.

Saturday, March 16 - 7:00PM


Filmmaker and DePaul professor Shayna Connelly invites you to learn about the female filmmakers who pushed the boundaries of cinematic form, starting with filmmakers such as Alice Guy-Blaché, Lois Weber and Germaine Dulac. Celebrate women's history month with an introduction to the power and influence of these entrepreneurial women. 90 mins.

Sunday, February 17 - 3:00PM


With Pamela Sherrod Anderson in person

When parents are unable to parent, an increasing number of grandparents step in to raise their children's children. Grandparents are providing more than babysitting and chauffeuring duties. They are answering the need to be their grandchildren's primary caregiver and to become part of today's "G Force." Directed by Pamela Sherrod Anderson, 2018, USA, 57 mins.


Onion City Film Festival is celebrating its 29th year of presenting Chicago audiences with some of the best genre-defying and mind-bending experimental film and video works made by local, national and international artists. Join us for four days of "out-of-the-box" cinema at Chicago .


Enter the building and parking lot on Hollywood Ave. 5720 N. Ridge Ave., Chicago ( 773 ) 293-1447

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