How music can change the world
Latcho Drom with Marguerite Horberg
"Exuberant and stirring... this movie is so powerful you virtually have to force yourself not to dance during long stretches of it" Chicago Reader
What really happened in Vietnam?
Winter Soldier with Mark Bradley
"Deeply upsetting...this remains essential viewing" Chicago Reader
Sex addict or predator?
Shame with Alexandra Fox
"Shame contains unblinking truth... This is a great act of filmmaking and acting" Roger Ebert
Why aren't there more women in film?
Ida Lupino's Hard, Fast and Beautiful
with Therese Grisham
What is the meaning of a revolution?
October: Ten Days That Shook the World
with Yuri Tsivian
What Is Islam?
Malcolm X with Laith Al-Saud
"You can't fight in here....It's the War Room!"
Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb with Rachel Bronson
The Fembot Mystique
The Stepford Wives
with Helen Thompson, Professor of English and Gender Studies, Northwestern University
Who Is a Legal Person?
A screening of Unlocking the Cage
"Observant and absorbing" New York Times
The Handmaid's Tale
with Professor Helen Thompson
What Does Immigration Mean?
with Aleksandar Hemon
Recommended "Masterful and extremely moving" Chicago Reader
Who Polices the Police?
The Murder of
with Bill Cottle, Billy "Che" Brooks, and Gretchen Helfrich
The Future of Affordable Healthcare:
Sicko with Dr. David Edelberg
The Rise to Power:
Face in the Crowd with Hugh Iglarsh
"A Face in the Crowd has never ceased to be relevant" Village Voice
Triumph of the Will
"Technically brilliant, and still one of the most disturbing pieces of propaganda around" TimeOut
Followed by discussion with professor and filmmaker Judy Hoffman
Followed by discussion with author and scholar Bill Ayers
Ideas for the 21st Century:
Unconditional Basic Income with Enno Schmidt
Panel discussion with Jerome McDonnell, host of WBEZ's Worldview