Medium Cool (1969) is a documentary-style film combining elements of fiction and nonfiction content during the violent 1968 Democratic National Convention. 110 minutes.
This film screening is part of the Cinematic Chicago series. Out of more than 700 movies that have been made in Chicago, film historian Doug Deuchler screens six select films that feature landmarks and neighborhoods, capturing aspects of the gritty Windy City in iconic, evocative, and often magical ways.
All films in the series will be shown on Wednesdays, 12:30-3 pm, at the Main Library: