Films by Paul Schrader, Bo Burnham, and Julia Hart highlight this year’s festivities.
Chicago Critics Film Festival
A smart, queasy riff on abduction thrillers that’s heavy on psychological heft and light on pulp.
A nimble, genre-bending ghost story with a strange tone all its own.
David Lowery’s highly anticipated drama A Ghost Story will close the festivities.
Osgood Perkins’ unsettling film saves its disorienting story with a pervasive sense of unease.
Marcin Wrona welds history and horror for a beautiful possession parable.
Ira Sachs’ latest is understated and lovely in its look at universal growing pains.
A powerful but excessive post-apocalyptic story of sisterhood.
A terrific documentary about an unbelievable huckster from a bygone era.
A loving documentary about the joys and pains of growing up with Indiana Jones.
Anna Rose Holmer’s striking debut follows a young woman surrounded by the unexplainable.
Logan Kibens’ debut film asks you to leave the phone and hug your loved one.