— A year after the Great Chicago Fire, the city has been plagued by a series of fires.
The flames have killed more than 4,000 people and forced the evacuation of more than 5 million people.
The Pilsens are a community in the heart of the city that is a popular destination for art lovers.
Now, a new documentary is asking locals what they think is best to do in the aftermath of the Great Fire.
“The best thing you can do is just get the hell out of there,” says one Pilsena resident.
“I mean, we’re all trying to get away, right?”
Another resident tells the documentary filmmaker: “We are a small town.
You can get in a car and go home.
But you need to have something to eat and some water.”
The documentary will explore the best ways to make the most of the summer, with the goal of helping people better prepare for the next disaster.
The documentary, “The Art of Pilseni: Pilsén Fire, Great Chicago,” will premiere at the 2017 National Arts Festival in Chicago, Ill., on Saturday.
The film is being produced by the National Arts Council, the American Institute of Art and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The filmmaker, Chris Korn, will also participate in the National Film and Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in New York City.