Note location: The Muffler Shop (359 E Garfield Blvd) Black Cinema House and Chicago Film Archives present the final screening in our annual “Movies Under the Stars” series at the Muffler Shop. Grab a lawn chair and join us at the SW corner of 55th and King for a night of illuminating cinema that begins… Learn More
A documentary essentially made by Tupac Amaru Shakur, Tupac: Resurrection uses interviews, photographs and home movies to present the life of one of the greatest music artists of all time. Join us November 3rd at 7pm and stay after for a discussion about the film.
Black Cinema House and Imani Pearls Community Development Foundation Presents: “90 Days” Friday, December 1 | 7:00-9:00 PM | Stony Island Arts Bank In honor of World AIDS Day, Black Cinema House and Imani Pearls Community Development Foundation collaborate to present “90 Days,”A riveting story of love, integrity and compassion, 90 DAYS explores a beautiful couple’s relationship… Learn More
Chicago! Please join Black Cinema House and Afrotrak as we screen episodes of “A Different World” Friday, December 8th! Stick around afterwards as we discuss rape culture, what success looks like through the eyes of young black people, HIV stigmatization, and identity struggles within black womanhood. Episodes: Season 2, ep 20 – “No Means No” Season 3,… Learn More
Join us this Friday at the Stony Island Arts Bank as we uplift the works by Chicago youth, as well as a post-screening discussion with the students themselves.
Dee Rees’ break – out 2011 feature film, Pariah, features a teenager named Alike who lives in Brooklyn with her much younger sister and both witness the strained marriage of their parents. A lesbian whose self expression defies the heteronormative, Alike quietly embraces her identity, especially outside of her home, and begins to fall for… Learn More