February 23rd, 7 pm – 9 pm, Uncommon Ground-Lakeview (3800 N. Clark)
An eye-opening variety of micro-documentaries with filmmakers, Q&A and discussion on the art and craft of storytelling. Curated and hosted by Jeff Spitz (Sundance Film Festival honoree and professor of documentary film at Columbia College Chicago), The Doc Talk Show #3: Acts of Love introduces Chicago filmmakers with new works exploring long distance relationships; child care; fridge families from Viet Nam; Iranian home movies; an Egyptian girl’s blue bra; student filmmakers on the loose in Germany, the legacy of a documentary film teacher and a hometown love letter to Obama.
Doc Talk Show #3 features filmmakers: Liz Kaar, Ayesha Abouelazm, Ted Hardin, Seth Meyer, Cyrus Stowe, Roberto Espinosa and Tanikia Carpenter.
The Doc Talk Show is a new (FREE) monthly showcase featuring a stunning variety of micro-documentaries with Q&A on the art and craft of storytelling featuring fearless Chicago filmmakers. Events are held the last Thursday of each month.
See the best in creative non-fiction: 2,000 Years of Drag by Dorian Electra.
The event is free. Space is limited. Reserve here. The event is adjacent to Uncommon Ground’s organic Green Star Brewery. Order beer, cocktails and from a delicious menu of sustainably raised and organic dishes from your table.