Hitchcock Week: NOTORIOUS (1946)

Hitchcock Week: Part Three of Five This week the Madison Film Forum will present reflections on the next five films in the UW Cinematheque’s Hitchcock Masterworks series. These are not intended as reviews for readers who have not seen the films. We hope they will serve as the start of a conversation with those who have […]

Hitchcock Week: SHADOW OF A DOUBT (1943)

Hitchcock Week: Part Two of Five This week the Madison Film Forum will present reflections on the next five films in the UW Cinematheque’s Hitchcock Masterworks series. These are not intended as reviews for readers who have not seen the films. We hope they will serve as the start of a conversation with those who have […]

Hitchcock Week: Appreciating ROPE (1948)

Hitchcock Week: Part One of Five This week the Madison Film Forum will present reflections on the next five films in the UW Cinematheque’s Hitchcock Masterworks series. These are not intended as reviews for readers who have not seen the films. We hope they will serve as the start of a conversation with those who […]

Review: THE FUTURE / IL FUTURO @CTEK Sat Feb 8, 7pm

The Future / Il Futuro (Alicia Scherson, Chile/Italy, 2013, 95 min.) UW Cinematheque, Sat Feb 8, 7pm» The UW’s department of Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies (LACIS) will co-sponsor a series of films at the UW-Cinematheque starting Saturday, February 8. For more on the other opening night film, Aftershock, follow the link to the Madison […]

Review: AFTERSHOCK @CTEK Sat Feb 8, 9pm

Aftershock (Nicolás López, USA/Chile, 2012, 89 min) UW Cinematheque, Sat Feb 8, 9:00pm» Aftershock, directed by Nicolas Lopez and written by Lopez and Eli Roth, follows a group of tourists in Chile whose partying is rudely interrupted by an devastating earthquake. The film is like many other horror films where tourists in an exotic city, hoping to get […]

Review: CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 @CTEK Fri Jan 24, 7pm

Camille Claudel 1915 (Bruno Dumont, France, 2013, 95 min) UW Cinematheque, 4070 Vilas Hall, Fri Jan 24 @ 7pm» Bruno Dumont’s Camille Claudel 1915 begins with a series of title cards that very quickly explain Claudel’s background as an artist, her romantic relationship with the sculptor Auguste Rodin, and her relationship with her younger brother, […]

Review: CUTIE AND THE BOXER @CTEK Fri Jan 17

Cutie and the Boxer (Zachary Heinzerling, 2013, 82 min.) UW-Cinematheque Fri Jan 17, 7PM» Painters often fight their blank canvases, but instead of a brush as his chosen weapon, Ushio Shinohara uses boxing gloves. Zachary Heinzerling’s directorial debut, Cutie and the Boxer, tells the story of Ushio and Noriko Shinohara, a starving artist couple residing […]