The Chicago Onscreen Local Film Showcase

The Chicago Onscreen Local Film Showcase

Coming to the parks August 30 - September 4, and Online September 5-25.

We'll be bringing 2021's 16 Official Selections to six parks across the city this summer for outdoor screenings, as well as featuring the whole lineup in a three-week virtual film festival, September 5-September 25. 

Virtual Film Festival

All of our 2021 Official Selections will be available as part of our Virtual Film Festival, September 5-25.

 

Screenings In Real Life

Join us in real life at a traditional outdoor film screening, Movies in the Parks style.

All screenings begin at 8:00 pm. 

Know Before You Go: Once you've checked out the schedule, get to know each of our 2021 Official Selections here. For more information about enjoying these screenings safely, read our Guidelines for Patrons

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 30

 

Mandrake Park (3858 S. Cottage Grove Ave.)

Divine (Monique Marshaun), As We Are Planted (Amy Lee Ackermann), Part of Me (Nick Forsythe), The Ephemeral Orphanage (Lisa Barcy), Dorm (Elisa Stanis), and Ferdinand Avenue (Robert Nelson and Noah Keckler)

 

Smith Park (2526 W. Grand Ave.)

Chicago Onscreen Presents: The Collected Voices Film Festival

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31

Gill Park (825 W. Sheridan Rd.)

Mama Gloria (Luchina Fisher) with A Galaxy Sits in the Cracks (Amber Love) and Kenya’s Symphony (Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 01

 

Eckersall Park (2400 E. 82nd St.)

Sacred Brick Technology (Ian Bertorelli), Rebel Bells (Anne Colton and Michelle Yates), Sankofa Chicago (Vanessa Page Wright), and Walking for Water (Erin Babbin and Michael Sullivan)

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 02

 

Palmer Square Park (2200 N. Kedzie Ave.)

Divine (Monique Marshaun), As We Are Planted (Amy Lee Ackermann), Part of Me (Nick Forsythe), The Ephemeral Orphanage (Lisa Barcy), Dorm (Elisa Stanis), and Ferdinand Avenue (Robert Nelson and Noah Keckler)

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 03

 

Churchill Field (1825 N. Damen Ave.)

Bijou Doozie (Maureen M. Miller), Kenya’s Symphony (Carlos Douglas, Jr.), The Sweet Pursuit (Kendall Barachy), Rebel Bells (Anne Colton and Michelle Yates), and Together Apart (Ruby Fuller, Hannah Hafner, Rae Burczyk & Joanna Sodke)

 

Big Marsh Park (11555 S. Stony Island Ave.)

Chicago Onscreen presents: The Chicago Film Society

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 04

Stout Park (5446 S. Greenwood Ave.)

Mama Gloria (Luchina Fisher) with A Galaxy Sits in the Cracks (Amber Love) and Kenya’s Symphony (Carlos Douglas, Jr.)

 

McKinley Park (2210 W. Pershing Rd.)

Chicago Onscreen presents: Full Spectrum Features' Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 7

 

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