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Results tagged with 'Milwaukee Film Festival'

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Milwaukee-made "The Surface" sinks to the bottom

Published Oct. 31, 2014

After many rewrites, "The Surface" moved into production last summer that was made up almost entirely of a Milwaukee-based crew and a cast who have certainly seen better gigs. The film, as it turns out, is one that should sink because of its absurdly inept screenplay that could've used a few more rewrites (and by rewrites, I don't mean a few kinks to sort out. I mean an entirely new screenplay altogether).

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Win a date for "The Surface" from Lizzibeth and Wantable

Published Oct. 22, 2014

Maybe you made it to the Milwaukee premiere of locally filmed and produced movie "The Surface" at the Milwaukee Film Festival. Whether or not you did, you should enter to win this great date night for the film's opening at Marcus Theaters North Shore!

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The 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival by the numbers

Published Oct. 14, 2014

Anyone who went to a showing at the Milwaukee Film Festival in the past two weeks could tell you that the festival was having a good year in terms of attendance. When a documentary about genocide screening right in the middle of a Packers game still manages to draw an audience, it seems like things are going well. However, this morning, Milwaukee Film announced the numbers to prove it.

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"AninA" teaches students an important message at education screening

Published Oct. 10, 2014

School by school, 4th through 6th grade students, teachers and chaperones filed into the theatre and took their seats in the main house of the Oriental Theatre, waiting to be taken away by the beautifully crafted Spanish-language animated film "AninA." The screening was held as part of Milwaukee Film's education screenings during the film festival.

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"We Are The Nobles" is a flimsy, predictable riches to rags tale

Published Oct. 9, 2014

In the Mexican comedy "We Are The Nobles," there's a scheme at its center that forces riches, or in this case three spoiled rich 20-somethings, into working rags to prove a point that they'll hopefully learn from. It's a breezy foreign affair with a satirical nibble rather than a bite.

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What to See at the MKE Film Fest - Saturday - 9/24

Each day of the Milwaukee Film Festival, I'm going to have a recommendation for something people should see. I know there are an aimless bunch of you who want to attend the fest, but still don't have everything pegged down as far as what you're going to see. This is for you. As a member of th...

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