It is important, today more than ever, to understand how and why violence is depicted on screen.
Milos Stehlik is Facets’ creative director and a renowned film expert. Here he discusses the many appearances of mathematicians in cinema, and explores how their struggles and genius is shown.
Mark Bradley, Ph. D is the author of Imagining Vietnam and America: The Making of Postcolonial Vietnam and offered approaches to approach misrepresented narratives of the Vietnam War at a recent Teach-In.
Milos Stehlik, Facets’ creative director and noted film expert, gives an overview of three films on Facets Edge, our new streaming and on-demand platform.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month we bring you Arde by João Queiroga. Arde merges performance and documentary in ways that defy genre.
The similarities and differences between sex addicts and sex predators was the topic of discussion at a recent Teach-In with Alexandra Fox, a social worker in Chicago. It’s an important topic in the entertainment industry today as well as in Shame the 2011 film by Steve McQueen.
Milos Stehlik, Facets Founder and Artistic Director, discusses the legacies of Don Krim and Dan Talbot, two legendary impresarios of film.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month we bring you Requiem by Michael Burgner. A family drama set in a remote house in rural America, Requiem is a quiet and unsettling morality tale.
We just wrapped up the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, and it seems like the perfect time to see how our educational programs have shaped Facets and will shape the film world.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month we bring you Cairo, IL by Ross Constable. Cairo, IL is a two channel, site specific work which will be installed at CalArts later this month.