Chicago area fans of Kartemquin's acclaimed documentary Golub: Late Works Are The Catastrophes will have two chances to watch the film for free this week. This is a rare opportunity to see a film hailed by Chicago Reader critic Jonathan Rosenbaum as "probably not only Kartemquin's best film but also the best film account of the creation of a work of art" and discuss it with the film's co-directors, one of whom will be present at each screening.
On Thursday at 7pm, co-director Gordon Quinn will be present for a screening at Northwestern University's Block Museum of Art. That screening will accompany Leon Golub: Live and Die Like A Lion?, the Block's stunning new exhibition of Leon Golub's paintings. Get more information.
On Friday at 6pm, co-director Jerry Blumenthal will attend a screening at DePaul University International Human Rights Law Institute's "Iraq History Project Art Festival." Get more information.
Read the Chicago Reader review of Golub. Go get your Golub on, Chicago.
Outside Chicago? Get the DVD.
With a noted tradition of nurturing emerging talent and acting as a leading voice for independent media, Kartemquin is building on more than 50 years of history as Chicago’s documentary powerhouse.
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