Recapping the last week of the Milwaukee Film Festival.
Looking back at the first five days of the Milwaukee Film Festival. Highlights thusfar include “The Russian Woodpecker,” “The Look of Silence,” “Jaws” at the Oriental, and “Finders Keepers.”
The Wisconsin native and Chicago Tribune film critic discussed the “State of the Cinema” at the Milwaukee Film Festival.
Tonight’s sold-out screening of “Wet Hot American Summer” at the Avalon Theater shows that the pieces are in place to rekindle a former cinematic tradition.
While you’re waiting for this year’s Milwaukee Film Festival to begin, stream these films that appeared in last year’s festival. Plus: Tommy Wiseau in ‘Fantastic Four 2’?
The big local film news coming out of this weekend was the release of the 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival program guide. Here are seven films to put on your MFF2015 screening list.
An interview with the surprisingly candid Tommy Wiseau.
The UWM Union Cinema returns with a new name, and continues to bring new, classic, experimental and otherwise off-the-beaten path choices to Milwaukee. Plus: what’s on the marquee around town this week.
This week’s Critic’s Choices include: UWM Union Cinema’s reopening, ‘Mistress America,’ and this year’s Fish Fry and a Flick finale.
This week’s Critic’s Choices include ‘Diary of a Teenage Girl,’ ‘My Favorite Wife,’ and ‘RoboCop.’ Plus: Lebowski Fest at Cathedral Square, ‘Field of Dreams’ at Peck Pavilion, ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ at LaFollette Park, and more.