Reeling Film Festival Lineup! at 10:57 PM
Reeling Returns – Recharged!
November 7-14, 2013
Reeling, the second-oldest LGBT film festival in the world, returns with another slate of movies that showcase not only diversity within the queer community but also diversity in the range of possibilities within film itself. From the sweet and sassy opening night comedy G.B.F. to the historical sweep of the biographical epic LUDWIG II, the 31st edition of Reeling has something to satisfy every cinephile. This year’s fest will entertain, inspire, amuse, and break a few hearts along the way! A bevy of special guests and satellite screenings are also part of the exciting line-up.
Here are the festival films that will be screening at The Logan:
Friday, November 8th
7:00 PM - Who's Afraid of Vagina Woof?
7:15 PM - Burning Blue
9:00 PM - The Happy Sad
9:15 PM - Truth
Saturday, November 9th
12:00 PM - Southern Baptist Sissies
12:15 PM - The Abominable Crime
2:00 PM - deepsouth (Also Showing: Battle of amfAR)
3:00 PM - Two: The Story of Roman & Nyro
4:30 PM - Meth Head
4:45 PM - Birthday Cake
7:00 PM - The Most Fun I've Ever Had With My Pants On
7:15 PM - Getting Go: The Go Doc Project
9:15 PM - Test
9:30 PM - Stranger By The Lake
11:59 PM - First Period
Sunday, November 10th
12:00 PM - Corpus Christi
12:15 PM - The Invisible Men (GVARIM BLTI NIRIM)
2:15 PM - Geography Club
2:30 PM - I Always Say Yes: The Many Lives of Wakefield Poole
4:30 PM - Pit Stop
4:45 PM - I Am Divine
6:15 PM - Easy Abby: How To Make Love More Difficult (Also Showing: The Queen of My Dreams)
6:45 PM - Animals (Also Showing: Angel Dust)
8:30 PM - In Bloom
9:15 PM - I'm A Porn Star
Monday, November 11th
7:00 PM - Route of Acceptance (Also Showing: Hatboxes)
7:15 PM - Black Box
9:15 PM - Hot Guys With Guns
9:30 PM - Free Fall
Tuesday, November 12th
7:00 PM - Interior. Leather Bar. (Also Showing: Bill is a Photographer)
7:15 PM - Matt Alber with Strings Attached (Also Showing: Remember To Breathe) + Shorts!
9:00 PM - Valencia
9:15 PM - Continental
Wednesday, November 13th
7:00 PM - Hawaii
7:15 PM - Last Summer
9:00 PM - The Last Match (La Partida)
9:15 PM - One Zero One: The Story of Cybersissy and BayBjane
Thursday, November 14th
6:30 PM - Closing Night! - Ludwig II (Film + Party)
6:45 PM - Closing Night! - Reaching For The Moon
9:15 PM - Closing Night! - Ludwig II (Film Only)
9:30 PM - Closing Night! - Ian Harvie Superhero
The Legend of Cool "Disco" Dan Screening at 09:52 PM
Land and Sea Dept. is pleased to offer up another film screening, in this case the Chicago debut of The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan, a documentary feature that tells the story of Washington D.C. in the 1980s, through the eyes of graffiti legend Cool “Disco Dan.
“Blending exclusive interviews with dozens of local and national celebrities along with archival footage, Washington natives offer the most comprehensive portrait to date on this critical decade. The development of Go-Go, D.C.’s distinctive style of urban music, racial tensions, crews, sensationalist media, crack and graffiti are important pieces of the story.”
Graffiti historian Roger Gastman and filmmaker Joseph Pattisall spent over ten years researching and documenting the unknown stories of Cool “Disco” Dan’s Washington D.C., and we’re looking forward to sharing the results with you at the beautiful Logan Theatre in November.
Tuesday, November 19th
The Legend of Cool Disco Dan
@ The Logan Theatre
2646 N Milwaukee
Free Dancing at The Logan at 09:54 PM
The Logan Theatre is excited to be hosting dance lessons for children and adults throughout November and December. These free classes, focusing on samba, swing, vocal cabaret, and drama, will be instructed by Kathleen Margevich!
Kathleen Margevich has 30 years experience in the field of performing arts. She has studied dance, drama, and performance art with the Amundson Arts Academy & Columbia College in Chicago. She taught dance at Columbia College, Moming Dance and Arts Center and was employed by the Chicago Park District as a drama and dance instructor. She is a member of Dance Masters of America. Kathleen has performed, choreographed, and directed shows throughout the Chicagoland area including: Des Plaines Theatre Guild, The Athenaeum, Theatre on the Lake, and The Chicago Theatre. Kathleen is the founder and artistic director of Artistic Repertory Theatre. For the past 18 years, Kathleen has owned and operated her own performing arts school, "The Academy" in central Illinois. Kathleen is now returning to Chicago where her heart has always been, to bring performing arts to Logan Square.
|Wednesdays at 7:30pm||Tuesdays from 4-7pm|
|Nov 13th SAMBA||Nov 12th DANCE|
|Nov 20th SWING||Nov 19th Drama/Intro to Theatre|
|Dec 4th VOCAL CABARET SHOW||
Dec 3rd DANCE
|Dec 11th SAMBA/SWING REVIEW||Dec 10th Drama/Improv Games|
|Dec 18th HOLIDAY DANCE PARTY||
Dec 17th Holiday Open House / Visit with Santa
|Auditions for the December 4th
VOCAL CABARET will be held on
Saturday, November 16th from 12-3 PM.
Adults only. For details, email us at
SIGN UP FOR ONE... OR SIGN UP FOR ALL!
Class space is limited! Email us to reserve your place in class.
49th Chicago International Film Festival at 07:22 PM
Imbabazi: The Pardon
Sunday, October 20th - 4 PM
Rwanda - Director: Joel Karekezi
Best friends Manzi and Karemera find themselves on opposing sides in Rwanda’s ethnic civil war, with Tutsi Karemera’s family paying a horrific price for Manzi’s allegiance to his Hutu heritage. When Manzi is released from prison fifteen years later, his return re-opens old wounds. Filmmaker Joel Karekezi draws from his own experience as a survivor of Rwanda’s violence in creating this moving account of two former friends who must contend with the unimaginable horrors in their past.
"Imbabazi: The Pardon" was produced by Joel Karekezi, Casey Schroen & Veronique N. Doumbe. For more information, visit www.imbabazi.com.
Of Good Report
Sunday, October 20th - 6:30 PM
South Africa - Director: Jahmil X.T. Qubeka
This modern day film noir tracks Parker, a shy high school teacher arriving at a new school. While he is earnest in his passion for teaching, his extra-curricular attentions are drawn to a gorgeous young woman. When he realizes she is a student at his very school - and forbidden fruit - he grows increasingly obsessed. When the girl goes missing, a female detective comes snooping around, fueling Parker’s unstable, even dangerous, behavior as she gets closer to the shocking truth.
"Of Good Report" was produced by Michael Auret. For more information, visit spierfilms.com/of-good-report.
Tickets are available online:
and will also be available onsite for $5 cash only.
For more information about Chicago International Film Festival, visit chicagofilmfestival.com.
Brooke Herbert Photography at 07:11 PM
Through out the renovation process, we have been lucky enough to have the talented photographer Brooke Herbert Hayes on our team. Brooke has been with us from the start, photographing the theatre as it was before the paint was stripped and the old, rickety seats were removed. Through out construction, she braved the work site for some in-progress shots, capturing the look of astonishment on the owner's face when the marble was discovered underneath the lobby walls.
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Her most recent work for us has highlighted some of the architectural and decorative Art Deco details that we've taken time to include in our remodeling. She'll be here for the soft opening event, continuing to help us document what has been a transformational journey!
Brooke's photos of The Logan Theatre are featured on our website and our Facebook page. Below are some of her favorites.
Brooke Herbert Hayes is a freelance photographer who lives in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Brooke moved here in 2009 after receiving her degree from the University of Louisville where she studied photography and art history. Brooke currently works as an assistant to Chicago photographers and does freelance work. In addition, she works closely with I Am Logan Square as a photographer and manages and contributes regularly to the IALS blog. Brooke has also curated and exhibited work in Louisville and Chicago and is part of the Chicago Photography Collective, a group of working photographers with a gallery space in Block 37 in downtown Chicago. Brooke's main subjects of interest to photograph are interior spaces, food, homes and the occasional wedding or two. She has spent much time photographing her large family in Southern Indiana and Kentucky and has produced two photo essays on them called Dwellings and Empty Nest. When she's not photographing, she enjoys hanging out with her husband and two cats-- cooking, camping and having other adventures. Check out Brooke's website for more photos--there you can also find a link to her Chicago Photography Collective page, her blog and tumblr.