Unbroken Glass, the debut feature film by director/producer Dinesh Sabu will begin its week-long run at the Gene Siskel Film Center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago beginning February 17th and running through February 23rd. Purchase tickets HERE.
Praise for Unbroken Glass:
- RogerEbert.com: "Dinesh Das Sabu is a person with a special story to tell, a story that proves worth experiencing through his reflective, heartfelt filmmaking." –Nick Allen
- Cine-List: "A painstakingly intimate documentary...Its unpolished aesthetic befits the film’s informal approach, both of which are aspects of the film that set it apart from the profusion of overly slick and lumberingly personal documentaries that pervade film festivals and streaming queues alike."
- NewCity Film Top 5 List: "A compelling personal mosaic." –Ray Pride
- WGN's The Download: "Intense and impressive...a powerful documentary." –Justin Kaufmann
- ChicagoNow: "A powerful, personal story" –Joel Wicklund
- Ian Simmons, Kicking the Seat: This alternately heartfelt and shocking cinematic journey delves into schizophrenia, cultural identity; and the realization that our parents were people before we entered the picture.
- February 18, 3:30pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu. Co-hosted by Indo-American Heritage Museum.
- February 19, 5:30pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu and R. Patrick Lile.
- February 20, 8:30pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu. Co-hosted by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Chicago.
- February 21, 6pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu. Co-hosted by Apna Ghar. All proceeds will benefit Apna Ghar
- February 22, 8:15pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu, IFP Chicago Executive Director Nicole Bernardi-Reis, Editor Matt Lauterbach and Kartemquin Director of Editing Leslie Simmer. Co-hosted by IFP Chicago.
- February 23, 8:15pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu. Co-hosted by Eye on India Festival.
— Unbroken Glass (@unbrokenglass) February 17, 2017
Full Unbroken Glass screening details:
February 17, 8:15pm - Q&A with Dinesh Das Sabu, Gordon Quinn and Sangeetha Ravichandran. Moderated by Howard Reich. Co-hosted by Kartemquin Films.
Watch the trailer:
Find a full schedule and purchase tickets here.
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.
Kartemquin is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Guidestar
© 2017 Kartemquin Educational Films
Sign up for the Kartemquin newsletter
Get film updates and special deals