As a city of neighborhoods, Chicago is much more than its famous towers. This program of films from the Chicago Film Archives reveals the rich history and diversity of the city's communities and spaces, from a 1963 portrait of Chicago's West Side to a 1968 chronicle of displaced homeowners across different parts of the city.
A PLACE TO LIVE (Department of Urban Renewal City of Chicago, 1968, 28 min.)
HALE HOUSE (Larry Janiak, 1965, 11 min.)
THE CORNER (Robert Ford, 1967, 26 min.)
This event is free and open to the public.