The Chicago Cultural Center's Wednesday night screenings, cohosted by Cinema/Chicago and presented in the center's Claudia Cassidy Theater (77 E. Randolph), highlight recent releases that weren't widely distributed in the U.S. Seating in the 280-seat theater is first come, first sit. No food or drinks allowed. This week's film is Cell Phone (2003), a social satire by Chinese filmmaker Feng Xiaogang about a man whose wife intercepts a call from his mistress. Time Out Chicago's Hank Sartin introduces it at 7 PM. For more information, call 312-744-1430.