Results tagged with 'Milwaukee Film'
Published May 15, 2013
Michael Viers is a horror movie junkie, but his upcoming project, "Love You Still," is less boogeyman and more "Old Man and the Sea." The most shocking part, however, is that the story - a tale of an old fisherman reflecting back on his life - comes courtesy of a junior in high school. It may seem like a strange combination, but for Milwaukee Film and their Collaborative Cinema educational program, it's just another exciting year of locally-bred film and hopefully a sign of more to come.
Published March 28, 2013
Milwaukee Film is now accepting entries for the fifth annual Milwaukee Film Festival, which will take place Sept. 26-Oct. 10.
Published Feb. 12, 2013
After 10 years, two blizzards and a lot of work, Pete Balistrieri's locally produced film, "On The Verge," is finally hitting the big screen. Considering its warm reception from the Beloit International Film Festival, it seems to have been worth the wait.
Published Feb. 6, 2013
Three Milwaukee filmmakers and a professional clown performer are turning to the Internet to support their short film, "Coulrophobia." The film is a variation on the 1967 classic "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" ... but with clowns.
Published Nov. 9, 2012
The short "teaser" film "Yellow Hill: The Stranger's Tale," starring Bai Ling, tells the story of an immigrant wanderer with a broken heart who fights to save a community of oppressed Chinese emigres. It premieres Saturday night at the Milwaukee Art Museum's Lubar Theater.
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Labor Day weekend marked the release of the Milwaukee Film Festival's Program Guide. The annual fest begins Sept. 22 and is set to feature more than 100 films from the Milwaukee area and around the world. Over 11 days, these films will play at four area theatres - The Downer and Oriental on M...
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