We meet the filmmakers who have made a career out of restoring Rolling Stones movies.
A new documentary takes you deep inside India's clean water crisis through the eyes of Northwestern University students struggling to figure out how they can help – or whether they can at all. It premieres on WTTW11 at 9:00 pm. We get a preview.
Thomas Beeby was the architect of the Harold Washington Library Center and he's now the subject of a new WTTW documentary. Geoffrey Baer gives us a preview of The Invisible Hand.
The 2013 Oscar nominations are officially public. We talk with two film critics about the crowded field of contenders for Hollywood’s top prize.
WTTW’s latest documentary takes a nostalgic look at Chicago in the 1970s and 1980s. We get a preview.
New Doc Goes Behind the Scenes of Wisconsin’s Historic Labor Battle
We talk with the filmmaker behind As Goes Janesville, which goes deep into Wisconsin’s historic labor battle under Gov. Scott Walker.
Architect Michael Graves changed American cities in the 1980s and designed thousands of products for Target. Then, a mysterious illness paralyzed him and gave his career new purpose. We preview Geoffrey Baer's new Graves documentary.
Chicago Tonight presents a 30-minute special after Frontline: The Interrupters airs on our station tonight. Join us at 10:00 pm for a series of three panel discussions moderated by Carol Marin and Phil Ponce, and produced by Emmy winner Jay Shefsky.
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, we meet the man behind the March on Washington, the "invisible man" of the Civil Rights movement -- Bayard Rustin.