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2021 Screening Schedule

Local films in your local parks! Join us in the parks for nine free, outdoor screenings across the city.

Face coverings and social distancing are strongly recommended for all audiences at our in-person screenings.

All screenings begin at 8:00pm.

PARK SCREENINGS

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AS WE ARE PLANTED (dir. Anna Lee Ackermann)

Mon. August 30

DIVINE (dir. Monique Marshaun)

AS WE ARE PLANTED (dir. Anna Lee Ackermann)

PART OF ME (dir. Nick Forsythe)

THE EPHEMERAL ORPHANAGE (dir. Lisa Barcy)

DORM (dir. Elisa Stanis)

FERDINAND AVENUE (dir. Robert Nelson and Noah Keckler)

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Smith Park (2526 W. Grand Ave.)

Chicago Onscreen Presents: The Collected Voices Film Festival

Collected Voices features original ethnographic media that explore the intersection of race, age, class, gender, and sexuality within Chicago and society. This year's Collected Voices theme is Revival! We explore the best stories that make renewal, resurrection, repair, reprise, rest, and revival the main themes. Join us for a diverse range of short films from Chicago filmmakers and artists. Visit CollectedVoicesFilmFestival.com for more information. 

Tue. August 31

MAMA GLORIA  (dir. Luchina Fisher)

A GALAXY SITS IN THE CRACKS  (dir. Amber Love)

KENYA'S SYMPHONY  (dir. Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

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MAMA GLORIA   (dir. Luchina Fisher)

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WALKING FOR WATER   (dir. Erin Babbin and Michael Sullivan)

Wed. September 01

Eckersall Park (2400 E. 82nd St.)

SACRED BRICK TECHNOLOGY  (dir. Ian Bertorelli)

REBEL BELLS  (dir. Anne Colton and Michelle Yates)

SANKOFA CHICAGO  (dir. Vanessa Page Wright)

WALKING FOR WATER  (dir. Erin Babbin and Michael Sullivan)

Thu. September 02

Palmer Square Park (2200 N. Kedzie Ave.)

DIVINE (dir. Monique Marshaun)

AS WE ARE PLANTED (dir. Anna Lee Ackermann)

PART OF ME (dir. Nick Forsythe)

THE EPHEMERAL ORPHANAGE (dir. Lisa Barcy)

DORM (dir. Elisa Stanis)

FERDINAND AVENUE (dir. Robert Nelson and Noah Keckler)

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DIVINE  (dir. Monique Marshaun)

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KENYA'S SYMPHONY  (dir. Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

Fri. September 03

Churchill Field (1825 N. Damen Ave.)

BIJOU DOOZIE  (dir. Maureen M. Miller)

KENYA'S SYMPHONY  (dir. Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

THE SWEET PURSUIT  (dir. Kendall L. Barachy)

REBEL BELLS  (dir. Anne Colton and Michelle Yates)

TOGETHER APART  (dir. Ruby Fuller, Hannah Hafner, Rae Burczyk & Joanna Sodke)

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Big Marsh Park (11559 S. Stony Island Ave.)

Chicago Onscreen Presents: The Chicago Film Society

The Chicago Film Society presents an evening of nature documentaries, industrial films, home movies, and animation which reflect the history and environment of Big Marsh, Chicago’s Park 564 which has transitioned from an active industrial area to a sanctuary for wildlife, foliage, and Chicagoans looking for something entirely magical.

Sat. September 04

MAMA GLORIA  (dir. Luchina Fisher)

A GALAXY SITS IN THE CRACKS  (dir. Amber Love)

KENYA'S SYMPHONY  (dir. Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

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MAMA GLORIA  (dir. Luchina Fisher)

McKinley Park (2210 W. Pershing Rd.)

Chicago Onscreen Presents: Full Spectrum Features'  Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 7

Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 7 is pleased to present six films that investigate the lives of female characters through themes of identity, memory, intergenerational trauma, social justice, fear and love. Featured filmmakers take control of their own narratives and showcase the resilience of women in our contemporary world through their works.

 

Curated by:

Raul Benitez (Lead Programmer)

Lonnie Edwards

Hiromi Ueyoshi

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All sixteen of our 2021 Official Selections will be available for unlimited, any time viewing for three weeks after our in-person screenings.

Check back here at www.chicagoonscreen.com from Sunday, September 5 - Saturday, September 25.

VIRTUAL SCREENINGS