The man, the myth, the legend comes to Milwaukee on March 24.
Milwaukee native Cristina Costantini is making quite a name for herself.
Following a screening of the 1989 Cameron Crowe film “Say Anything” this Saturday at the Riverside Theater, actor John Cusack will lead the audience in a conversation about the film and his career.
You can see stars – dozens of them – at select Marcus Theatres before the Oscars this year.
Just don’t tell the pizza guy to “keep the change, ya filthy animal.”
Cream City citizens criticize filmmaker Louis Theroux’s documentary focusing on Milwaukee gun violence.
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.
Philadelphia chef Michael Solomonov leads viewers on a culinary road trip through a country that offers a veritable melting pot of flavors.
The Milwaukee Film Festival is donating all proceeds to disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico and Mexico.
You’ve got two more chances to see “Dolores,” a poignant documentary about civil rights icon Dolores Huerta, at the Milwaukee Film Festival this year.