FILMS ABOUT RODENT INFESTATION AND RACISM AMONG HIGHLIGHTS OF DOC10
Michael Phillips | March 30, 2017 | Chicago Tribune
Last year the short, compact, shrewdly curated documentary festival known as DOC10 made its debut at the Music Box Theatre, sponsored by the Chicago Media Project and programmed by Chicago International Film Festival staffer Anthony Kaufman.
The second edition of DOC10 opens Thursday and continues through Sunday. This time it's taking over the newly remodeled Davis Theater in Lincoln Square. The venue has the bonus of an adjoining bar and restaurant known as the Carbon Arc, overseen by former Chalkboard restaurateur Gilbert Langlois. His fried chicken and the mac and cheese offerings are fantastic, for the record. Happily, the cheese factor in the films appears to be nonexistent.