WTTW Community Cinema

Saturdays, September 28, October 12, November 9

Free Admission • 2–4pm

Chicago Cultural Center, Claudia Cassidy Theater, 2nd Floor North

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WTTW presents Community Cinema in partnership with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Attend a free screening and discussion about an award-winning documentary every third Saturday of the month. For details, visit wttw.com/events.
 

POV: The Feeling of Being Watched

POV: The Feeling of Being WatchedSaturday, September 28
Screening & Discussion

WTTW and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events present a free screening and discussion of POV: The Feeling of Being Watched.

In the Chicago suburb where journalist Assia Boundaoui grew up, most residents in her Muslim immigrant neighborhood believe they are under surveillance. Assia investigates and uncovers FBI documents about “Operation Vulgar Betrayal,” one of the largest pre-9/11 counterterrorism probes conducted on domestic soil, right in Assia’s hometown. The film follows Assia as she pieces together this secret FBI operation, while grappling with the effects of a lifetime of surveillance on herself and her family. This program was an Official Selection, 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. The screening will be followed by a discussion.

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Stage Players

Stage PlayersSaturday, October 12
Screening & Discussion

Chicago’s powerful, diverse, and ever-expanding theatre scene is justly famous, and an integral part of the city’s cultural life. From Steppenwolf to Lookingglass, from the Goodman to the Den, from Albany Park Theater Project to the Black Ensemble Theater, the Windy City’s close-knit theatrical community is inextricably linked to the city’s arts identity. STAGE PLAYERS shines a well-deserved spotlight on some of our town’s actors, architects, playwrights, choreographers, ushers, stage managers, patrons, and others who have various roles to play on, behind, and around our city’s stages – all dedicated to making Chicago’s theater scene one of the most captivating in the country.

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