The Milwaukee Film Festival announced the line-up for its music documentary showcase, Sound Vision.
The series features eight feature-length music documentaries covering a range of subjects, from the self-described "Black Liberace" to two documentaries from Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme.
"We have been screening music documentaries since day one of the Milwaukee Film Festival, but last year was the first time we pulled them together into their own program, Sound Vision," explains the festival's Artistic and Executive Director Jonathan Jackson.
In addition to the films, Milwaukee Film partnered with The Hotel Foster, 2028 E. North Ave., to present Soundtrack, its second annual live music series.
Soundtrack features live music for 14 straight nights – every night of the festival except opening night. Soundtrack shows are free with a festival pass or ticket stub from that night’s screenings. Regular admission is $5.
For more information on Sound Vision, Soundtrack and the rest of the 2013 Milwaukee Film Festival, visit mkefilm.org.