Posts tagged "movie"

Events in Chatham This Month

Events in Chatham This Month
There are plenty of events going on in the community that are FREE or nearly free. Festivals Saturday August 4, 2012 11am-7pm 6th Ward Picnic Tuley Park 90th King Drive Saturday August 4, 2012 10am-3pm Back to School Fair Illinois Action for Children 8741 S Greenwood Saturday August 11, 2012 10-5pm God on the Block-Block... Read more »

Chatham: Independent Films Have Arrived

Chatham: Independent Films Have Arrived
Over the last two years Black World Cinema at I.C.E. Chatham 14 theaters has showcased seldom seen classic features and new films from around the world. Black World Cinema presents films by filmmakers that bring us stories with compelling content and a human dimension seldom presented in mainstream cinema. All screenings are followed by lively... Read more »

Black World Cinema: David is Dying

Black World Cinema: David is Dying
Thursday, July 5, 7pm ICE Theaters Chatham 210 W 87th St Admission: $5.00 David is Dying Director: Stephen Lloyd jackson U.S.A., 2010, 80 min, color Language: English A young, successful hedge fund manager, David Brown, has just been told that he is HIV positive. He is informed of the possibility that his unborn child could... Read more »
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It's Back at Chicago State University: Jazz N the Grazz/Movies N the Grazz

It's Back at Chicago State University: Jazz N the Grazz/Movies N the Grazz
Chicago State University kicks off its free summer culture series that includes Tuesday night Movies in the Grazz, starting June 19 through Sept. 11 at sunset and Wednesday night Jazz in the Grazz, which runs from 5:30 p.m. till 8 p.m., starting June 20 through Sept.12. Cozy up with a picnic meal under the starry... Read more »

Black World Cinema- Under African Skies Chicago Premiere

Black World Cinema- Under African Skies Chicago Premiere
Wednesday, June 6, 7 pm ICE Lawndale 10 Theaters 3330 W Roosevelt Road Admission: $5.00 Thursday, June 7 7pm ICE Theaters Chatham 210 W 87th St Admission: $5.00 UNDER AFRICAN SKIES Director: Joe Berlinger U.S.A., 2011, 102 min, color & b/w, English/Afrikaans/Zulu Paul Simon’s historic Graceland album sold millions of copies and united cultures, yet... Read more »

Black World Cinema at Chatham 14- The Education of Auma Obama

Black World Cinema at Chatham 14- The Education of Auma Obama
Thursday, March 8, 7pm (Live Post film interview with filmmaker via Skype) ICE Theaters Chatham 210 W 87th St Adm: $5.00 www.icetheaters.com Branwen Okpako’s “The Education of Auma Obama” is a captivating and intimate portrait of the U.S. president’s older half-sister, who embodies a post-colonial, feminist identity. An academic overachiever, she studied linguistics and contemporary... Read more »
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Black World Cinema- Pariah

Black World Cinema- Pariah
Pariah Genre: Drama Director: Dee Rees Cast: Adepero Oduye, Pernell Walker, Aasha Davis, Charles Parnell, Sahra Mellesse, Kim Wayans Run Time: 86 minutes A world premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, the contemporary drama Pariah is the feature-length expansion of writer/director Dee Rees’ award-winning 2007 short film Pariah. Spike Lee is among the feature’s... Read more »

Veterans Day 11.11.11- We Honor the Unsung Heros

Veterans Day 11.11.11- We Honor the Unsung Heros
Today is Veterans Day and we take time to honor all those who are serving and have served in the Armed Forces to protect our country. Let us today honor those who’s story haven’t been told, those acts of courage, overcoming barriers and acts of bravery. Today, we salute the Tuskegee Airmen. In December, 1941,... Read more »

Where to Find "Da Bears" in Chatham

Where to Find "Da Bears" in Chatham
2nd Annual Monday Night Football Fundraiser Monday November 7, 2011 7:00- 11:00pm Frances 307 East 75th Street MINIMUM DONATION: $100 ICE Chatham 14 210 W. 87th 7:30 PM Free: with $5.00 concession purchase
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Black World Cinema- Black Power Mixtape

Black World Cinema- Black Power Mixtape
Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975, 2011, Sweden A film by Göran Hugo Olsson At the end of the Sixties and into the early Seventies, European interest in the US Civil Rights Movement and the US anti-war movement peaked. With a combination of commitment and naivetО, Swedish filmmakers traveled across the Atlantic to explore the Black Power... Read more »