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Milwaukee one of five cities to premiere HBO's "The Normal Heart"

Published May 7, 2014

Two years ago, Milwaukee Film and HBO teamed up to bring the North American premiere of the Alex Gibney church sex scandal documentary "Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God" to the Milwaukee Film Festival. The film was terrific, but perhaps best of all, the 2012 collaboration seems to spawned an equally terrific relationship between the two organizations, one that's bringing yet another premiere to town.

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Kpolly brings "Fake A$$ Rappers" to reality

Published May 2, 2014

Until now the "Fake A$$ Rappers" series of illustrations has only been shown for limited runs throughout Milwaukee. However, since the project has grown in scope, a new medium was necessary. "The book seemed like the best venue for them, especially since I'm adding so much more content 'about' the rappers," says artist Kristopher "Kpolly" Pollard. "Their albums, songs and sample lyrics. It'll be a lot of fun."

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"Like Father, Like Son" is an engaging observation of a familial crisis

Published May 2, 2014

It would be a parents' nightmare to discover that the son that they've raised for six years wasn't actually their own, but in fact, someone else's. That's the revelation at the center of Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Koreeda's latest, "Like Father, Like Son," Wednesday night's Milwaukee Film members screening for the month of April.

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Help give the gift of education

Published Dec. 17, 2013

Tis the season for opening your hearts and helping out around town. One way you can do that is to help a teacher in a classroom. I don't mean in person - though you can do that at many schools, of course. Instead, consider doing something like donating materials to a classroom at your child's school, your neighborhood school or a school to which you feel some sort of connection (you went there, your mom went there, etc.).

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