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Results tagged with 'Milwaukee Film'

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"The Surface" sets out to make some Hollywood waves for Milwaukee

Published Oct. 28, 2014

Writer and producer Jeff Gendelman's dream project, one in the works for 18 years, is finally hitting the big screen, one that puts his childhood fascination and home in the spotlight for hopefully the rest of the world to appreciate.

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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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Social Circle: Thoughts on subtitled films

Published Sept. 28, 2014

The Milwaukee Film Festival started this week and OnMilwaukee.com asked the Social Circle members if they were more or less likely to see a subtitled film and for their thoughts on subtitled / foreign films in general.

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Mulrooney shoots film featuring cherished cocktail lounge

Published Sept. 11, 2014

Local filmmaker Kara Mulrooney crafted a 13-minute documentary, "An Evening At Angelo's" about the East Side cocktail longe and cabaret. It will premiere at the Milwaukee Film Festival on Monday, Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. Tickets for the Milwaukee Film Festival go on sale today.

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Documentary "Letters to Ashleigh" finds hope and peace in local tragedy

Published Aug. 6, 2014

On the morning of Oct. 6, 2009, 19-year-old Ashleigh Love was sleeping in her bed when an intruder broke into her home, went into her room and shot her to death. Almost five years after the utterly senseless tragedy, Ashleigh's story - once front page news in Milwaukee - has faded into memory for most. For filmmaker Kyle Olson, however, the story is very much still alive.

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