Just got this late notice from the Chicago Film Archives about a co-produced event with the Northwest Chicago Film Society happening this Friday.

GOLDSTEIN in 35mm!

Friday, October 4th (7:30 PM), Patio Theater

the Northwest Chicago Film Society and Chicago Film Archives present the locally produced feature….

GOLDSTEIN
Directed by Philip Kaufman and Benjamin Manaster • 1964 • 84 min • Montrose Film Productions • 35mm from George Eastman House
A ragtag, charmingly self-conscious attempt at forging an American nouvelle vague, Goldstein was the first feature of University of Chicago graduate Philip Kaufman. Shot entirely on the streets of Chicago during the fall of 1963, Goldstein offers an invaluable record of apartments, factories, and downtown movie palaces soon buried by urban renewal. The loose storyline follows the audacious adventures of a Hassidic hobo (Lou Gilbert) who emerges from Lake Michigan, but the many digressions include visits with folksy poets, wacky abortionists, novelist Nelson Algren, and Second City veterans Severn Darden, Anthony Holland, and Tom Erhard. A rousing success at the 1964 Cannes Film Festival, where it won La prix de la nouvelle critique, Goldstein reminds us, too, of the perilous fate of many independent productions. With no studio to look after it and the original camera negative long missing, Goldstein has been newly restored from Kaufman’s personal print. Preservation funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. (NWCFS)
Goldstein is part of Chicago Artists Month 2013, the 18th annual celebration of Chicago’s vibrant art community presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.  For more information, visit www.chicagoartistsmonth.org
When: Friday, October 4th
What Time: 7:30PM
Where:
Patio Theater

6008 West Irving Park Rd
Chicago, IL go to map

Admission: $5
More info: http://www.chicagofilmarchives.org/current-events/goldstein
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