Director and Milwaukee-area native David Lowery’s latest movie may be Robert Redford’s last. Or not.
Cristina Costantini snagged a Sundance Festival Favorite award for a documentary inspired in part by her experiences at University School of Milwaukee.
The topic hit home for director Keith McQuirter while visiting a correctional facility where “everyone in the population looked like me.”
He’s come a long way since Marquette.
Milwaukee native Cristina Costantini is making quite a name for herself.
No film has moved me more since last year’s Oscar winning best picture. And this compassionate and heartbreaking work, opening at Milwaukee theaters Friday, couldn’t come at a better time.
Pioneer aviator Alfred Lawson created a philosophy that lives on in a collection of texts assembled by the last of its true followers, and in a film that will be screened at the Milwaukee Film Festival this fall.
The real obstacle was getting rights to the 110 songs in the film at a cost of about $700,000.
For the third year the former Milwaukee Brewer pitcher and film festival sponsor will present a film by the iconoclastic and reclusive late director Kubrick.
Former Brewer John Axford supports Cream City Cinema along with filmmaker and residents programs at Milwaukee Film. He hosts a screening of “The Shining” Tuesday at the Oriental.