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In partnership with the Chicago Park District and City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), Community Cinema presents free indoor screenings of Chicago International Film Festival films at Park District locations in the Englewood and Pilsen neighborhoods. The exciting selection of films consists of different genres and styles, and events include post-screening discussions with filmmakers and other special guests.
Our next Community Cinema screening is at Hamilton Park Cultural Center in Englewood on November 17, 2023, where we will show two short films at 6:30 PM. More information below!
Beyond the Frame: 376 Days (Nick Cave: Keep it Movin’) + Chronicle of a Summer Day
Chronicle of a Summer Day
United States | 17 minutes
In the summer of 2021, John Caleb Pendleton and a team of designers created a floral installation in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood in commemoration of Juneteenth. Beautifully blending poetry and collage-style imagery, Chronicle of a Summer Day is a testament to the power of artistic expression as a unifying force. Produced by Bronzeville Collective.
376 Days (Nick Cave: Keep it Movin’)
Dir. Claude-Aline T Nazaire-Miller | United States | 37 minutes
376 Days (Nick Cave: Keep it Movin’) takes viewers on an intimate exploration of acclaimed artist Nick Cave’s life and creative process as he prepares for a retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, marking the culmination of his illustrious 40-year career. The focus extends to an extraordinary 80-piece couture fashion performance titled “The Color Is,” which beautifully celebrates themes of gender identity and acceptance.
Nazaire-Miller’s inspiring documentary offers an unfiltered glimpse into Cave’s authentic vulnerability and humanity as both an artist and a cherished member of his community. It’s a testament to the profound love and support that surrounds him. 376 Days confidently signals that Cave’s body of work will continue to resonate and leave an indelible mark on the art world for generations to come.
Scheduled to attend: 376 Days director Claude-Aline T Nazaire-Miller and Chronicle of a Summer Day producers from the Bronzeville Collective