Title link above takes you to official trailer for documentary. Saw this for the first time over the weekend (missed the Chicago premiere earlier this summer) and have to say two things: 1) Camera does not add 10 pounds - it's more like 20, and... 2) Hate the sound of my own voice... chalkboard city! ugh... Aside from that, I thought it was pretty good. So did enough other folks that it's getting an encore showing on "Awards Night" of the United Film Festival this Thursday, 9/16, at the Music Box theatre, just a few blocks west of Wrigley Field. Showtime is at 9:30pm. I know that's kinda late for a school night, but it's only 74m long. Plus there will be a little Q&A session afterwards if you want to find out if ballhawks really would knock over their grandmothers to get a ball... If nothing else, at least you get a chance to see what Wrigley Field looked like before the bleacher expansion - lots of action footage from both inside and outside the park. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online here or at the Music Box theatre box office. And finally, here's something that will probably be in the "outtakes" section of the DVD when it comes out.