Experimental filmmaker Anne Charlotte Robertson died of cancer in 2012, but her legacy lives on in her deeply personal work. At Celluloid Therapy: The Diary Films of Anne Charlotte Robertson, White Light Cinema screens a collection of Robertson's Super-8 shorts, including one about her nervous breakdown. See the films at Nightingale.
It's been so long since Twin Peaks was on the air that you may have forgotten who killed Laura Palmer. The answer could come back as soon as you hear the creepy theme music, but that shouldn't diminish pleasure in rewatching David Lynch's cult TV show every Sunday in February. The pilot episode screens tonight at Delilah's.
Winter may generally be a drag, but the outdoor activities that come along with it can be quite a blast. Navy Pier's Snow Days features snowboard lessons and an ice-sculpture competition pitting 15 teams of artists against one another. Also, the Shedd's Magellanic penguins will be on hand with their trainers.
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