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Film Screenings at Northeastern Illinois University
Presented by the Chicago Film Society
Sponsored by the Department of Communication, Media and Theatre

We are beginning our ninth season of film screenings on campus sponsored by the Chicago Film Society. All screenings are held at 7:30 p.m. in the NEIU Auditorium and the films will be presented on 35mm using the best possible prints from studios and archives.

Tickets cost $2 with an NEIU ID and $7 for the general public and can be purchased at the door. 

Spring 2018 Schedule

The screenings listed below are held at 7:30 p.m. in Northeastern's Auditorium located in the E Building at 3701 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. in Chicago.  

Wednesday, Jan. 10
EMPLOYEE'S ENTRANCE
Directed by Roy Del Ruth  • 1933 • 35mm from Library of Congress

Wednesday, Jan. 17
WHO'S THAT KNOCKING AT MY DOOR 
Directed by Martin Scorsese  • 1967 • 35mm from Chicago Film Society collection

Wednesday, Jan. 24
CROOKLYN 
Directed by Spike Lee  • 1994 • 35mm from Universal

Wednesday, Jan. 31
THE GREAT WALTZ
Directed by Julian Duvivier  • 1938 • 35mm from Chicago Film Society collection

Wednesday, Feb. 7
FAT CITY
Directed by John Huston  • 1972 • 35mm from Sony Pictures Repertory

Wednesday, Feb. 14
SATAN'S BREW
Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder  • 1976 • 35mm from Janus

Wednesday, March 7
WAY OF A GAUCHO
Directed by Jacques Tourneur  • 1952 • 35mm from Fox Library Services

Tuesday, April 10
THE MAN FROM PLANET X
Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer  • 1951 • 35mm from Park Circus

Wednesday, April 18
YOLANDA AND THE THIEF
Directed by Vincente Minnelli  • 1951 • 35mm from Warner Bros.     

The (formerly Northwest) Chicago Film Society makes rare and classic films available to local audiences in their original forms--on 35mm and 16mm motion picture film. Our screenings spotlight the restoration efforts of archives, studios, and private collectors, as well as the experience of seeing films projected in a theater with an audience. Through an array of program notes, extended blog entries and introductory remarks before each screening, the Chicago Film Society endeavors to bring new notions of the cultural and material history of cinema to the public. The Chicago Film Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It was established by Julian Antos, Becca Hall and Kyle Westphal in 2011.

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

Event Parking

Free street parking is available along Bryn Mawr Ave., west of Central Park Ave. Patrons may also park in any designated NEIU parking lot by purchasing a parking pass. We recommend the Parking Facility, a short walk from Building E. You may also park in Lot D or Lot F.

There are several options for purchasing a single-use NEIU parking pass:

Purchase a $5 pass from the kiosk at the Parking Facility entrance (cash only). Purchase a $5 pass at the Parking Office on the first floor of the Parking Facility. Purchase a $5 virtual permit with your smart phone at www.ppprk.com/park or download the mobile app Passport Parking.

Getting Here with the CTA

Our screenings are also accessible via CTA.

From the Brown Line (Kimball station), one can either walk or take the #82 Kimball-Homan bus to Catalpa and walk the remaining short distance to Building E. ​From the Blue Line (Jefferson Park station), take the #92 Foster bus to Central Park and walk the remaining short distance to Building E.

Divvy

For cyclists, a Divvy station is located on the eastern edge of campus at St. Louis and Balmoral. View a map of Divvy station locations.

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