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Published Oct. 17, 2015
The Milwaukee Film Festival may have run its end credits earlier this month, but film festival season is far from over. Take, for instance, the Jewish Film Festival, which will yell action on its 18th year of bringing Jewish culture, tradition, history, experiences and perspectives to the big screen this weekend.
Published Oct. 1, 2015
Ethan Hawke's "Seymour: An Introduction" is also not the most inventively filmed doc, but what it plainly captures is beautiful and heartwarming nonetheless: the joy of music, talent and craft out of the spotlight but far from out of service.
Published Sept. 27, 2015
What's effectively creepy about the Milwaukee Film Festival doc "The Russian Woodpecker" is not that it convinces you such an unhinged and unbelievable theory is true (because it won't), but that it convincingly captures and presents a place so distrustful and uneasy that such an unhinged and unbelievable theory could even be considered possible.
Published Sept. 6, 2015
The new documentary "Best of Enemies" shares a lot in common with the debates it's chronicling - the biggest of which is that despite its shortcomings, it's still bitingly entertaining and engaging. Co-director Morgan Neville - working with Robert Gordon - may not be a great storyteller, but he knows how to spot great stories. That was the case with the background singers in "20 Feet from Stardom," and that's the case here with Vidal v Buckley.
Published Aug. 26, 2015
Now, with their Internet comedy series "Shangri-L.A.," Milwaukee-grown filmmakers Drew Rosas and Nick Sommer ("Billy Club," "Pester") are the latest to go in search of the worldly utopia. Well, kind of, as the search for dreams brings them to the very real city of Los Angeles - and to Kickstarter to help finish the 11 episode production.
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