Now, everyone has a chance to check it out September 18th-24th at The Gene Siskel Film Center.
Here's what Laura and Joe have to say:
Our new movie, "What's the Matter with Kansas?" based on Thomas Frank's best-seller, is making its Chicago debut at the Gene Siskel Film Center on September 18th, 2009. It will play for a week in our beautiful hometown and we are very excited to bring it home.
SHOW TIMES:Friday, September 18th, 6:15 and 8:15 pmSaturday September 19th, 3:15, 5:15 and 8:15 pmSunday September 20th, 3:15 and 5:15 pmMonday September 21st, 6:15 and 8:15 pmTuesday September 22nd, 6:15 and 8:15 pmWednesday September 23rd, 6:15 and 8:15 pmThursday September 24th, 6:15 and 8:15 pmWe'll do a Q & A with author Thomas Frank after the 8.15pm screenings on Friday, September 18th and Saturday September 19t. Also, we will be available to chat informally in the Gene Siskel Film Center's gallery/cafe adjacent to the theater lobby after the 6:15pm screenings both nights.A lush cinematic portrait of conservative Middle America. four years in the making, the movie answers the question most on the minds of America just entering the age of Obama - WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED?
We’re profiled in this week’s issue of the Reader: http://bit.ly/yGIpwWatch the trailer: http://bit.ly/iAcVCRead a rave review in Variety: http://bit.ly/iAcVCLearn about the controversy in L.A. Times: http://bit.ly/Rlk6Sand Salon.com: http://bit.ly/18crpMvisit our official web site: http://www.whatsthematterwithkansas.comAlso -- we've been getting great advance press, but any journalists you know who'd be interested, please put 'em in touch with us.
You can buy tickets by calling the box office at 312-846-2600 or by visiting http://siskelfilmcenter.org. You can also purchase tickets at the Gene Siskel Film Center box office, 164 N. State in downtown Chicago, after 5pm weekdays and 2pm weekends.See you there!Laura and Joe