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.
Filmmakers and actor John Ashton to appear at Milwaukee Film Festival.
The growth of the festival and the shrinking of the paper probably signal the end of their current sponsorship arrangement, which expires this year.
Two films — ‘Almost There’ and ‘The Russian Woodpecker’ — prove that life is stranger than fiction.
Some films draw short straw on game night.
Images so rich they could be framed.
Sometimes you get there faster by going slower.
“Youth,” the Milwaukee Film Festival’s Opening Night film, achieves a state of grace as it hits its crescendo.