Cinephiles look back on the first-ever Black women’s film festival.
Doc Films turns 90. An alum hits middle age (and then some). The shared memories are timeless.
Academy Award–winning editor Lisa Fruchtman’s (AB’70) life in film.
Adam Lowenstein, AM’94, PhD’99, reconsiders the role of “the other” in horror.
Sam Greenlee, EX’57 (1930–2014), distinguished himself as a Foreign Service Officer, then found his true mission as a radical writer.
A “lost” documentary on Britney Spears, made by faculty member Judy Hoffman two decades ago, resurfaces.
A selection of books, films, and recordings by UChicago alumni.
Dwight M. Cleveland, MBA’87, collects film posters with an eye for high art.
Haroula Rose, AB’02, MAT’02, put the work of Bonnie Jo Campbell, AB’84, on the big screen. Last fall the two brought the film to Chicago.
The Cry of Jazz started a conversation about race and music that continues today.
Here’s what we’re adding to our watch lists.
A new book celebrates the leading ladies who reshaped Hollywood.