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If you enjoyed the first batch of films from "chronicler" Tom Palazzolo, here are four more unique short films, centered on Chicago-based subject matter. "Bride Unveiled" (1967) takes in the unveiling of the Picasso sculpture; a visit to the Riverview Amusement Park brings you into contact with the "Tattooed Lady" (1967); see the violence ... more
Displaying a knack for capturing ethnographic detail and themes with broad appeal, filmmaker Tom Palazzolo has long trained his lens on the colorful residents of Chicago. The short documentaries collected here include "Labor Day, East Chicago" (1979), depicting a seniors' celebration that includes a beauty pageant; "I Married a Munchkin" ... more
A quartet of short films by acclaimed filmmaker (or "chronicler") Tom Palazzolo. "Enjoy Yourself: It's Later Than You Think" (1974) depicts the Democratic Party hosting a picnic for Chicago's seniors; "Jerry's Deli" (1974) is the account of a popular--if outrageously cranky--deli owner; "Down on Clark Street" offers a nostalgic look ... more