Results tagged with 'independent film'
Published June 15, 2012
Independent cinema has grown wildly in popularity. It's become the place to see new, unique stories and feel emotions normally screen-tested out of most mainstream films. "The Intouchables" and "Hysteria," currently playing at the Downer and Oriental Theatre respectively, are about as edgy as a marshmallow. But, like a marshmallow, they're both enjoyable as light, fluffy filler.
Published Jan. 4, 2010
This Thursday, Discovery World, 500 N. Harbor Dr., hosts a screening of the film followed by a panel discussion featuring Rick Meyers, Recycling Specialist for the Milwaukee Department of Public Works and George T. Stone, MATC professor and co-chair of MATC's District Sustainability Committee. The discussion will be hosted by MPTV General Manager Ellis Bromberg.
Published Dec. 16, 2009
To anyone who says that Milwaukee's independent film industry is lagging behind other cities', Shawn Monaghan would probably laugh and say, "You're obviously not looking hard enough."
Published Feb. 13, 2009
When I first came to the Berlin International Film Festival in 2003, I expected to be ensconced in the great tradition of European art cinema. While that was and still is the case, I also wade through the morass of the European Film Market.
Published May 13, 2008
In last year's Milwaukee 48-Hour Film Project contest, a short called "Weeds" won Best Picture, Best Musical Score, Best Special Effects, Best use of Prop, Best Graphics, Best Sound Design and Audience Choice Honors. The locally-made film now screens at Cannes.
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