The promotional mailer did not provide screening dates and times. Hosting duties will be shared by Eddie Muller and Alan K. Rode.
The 1948 anniversary theme remains the central organizing principle.
Off the top of my head, "The Big Clock," "Cry of the City," "Call Northside 777," "Chicago Deadline," "The Lady from Shanghai," "Larceny," "Raw Deal," and "The Spiritualist a/k/a The Amazing Mr. X" all qualify as "Repeat Performances" for Chicago audiences and I do not mean the Eagle-Lion film.
Other titles include "He Walked by Night," "I walk Alone," "Road House," "The Naked City," "Moonrise," and a black comedy, director Preston Sturges' "Unfaithfully Yours." Another unique new offering is the Robert Wise directed Western noir "Blood on the Moon." It is a rare opportunity for Chicagoans to see a Robert Mitchum feature. If my memory serves correctly, only one other Mitchum movie was shown at prior Chicago festivals was the remake of "The Racket."
That's a short summary of what is planned, but more details are unavailable such as show times.