Brief dispatches on recent viewings and ongoing projects.
While our Wisconsin Film Festival coverage is in full swing, we will continue to cover Madison’s many other film offerings. The Micro-Wave Cinema Series, run by Brandon Colvin, is perhaps one of the lesser known […]
Madison-based filmmaker Wendy Schneider has been working on an interesting documentary project: The Smart Studios Story. For the younger whipper-snappers out there, Smart Studios was a recording facility in Madison founded in 1982 by Butch […]
Matt Anderson was a force to be reckoned with in February Most of the 214 Club lists for February are posted, and as David Letterman used to remind us: this is an exhibition, not a […]
Madison Film Forum contributor Taylor Hanley was recently profiled on the UW-Madison College of Letters and Science News site for her research on perception and Immersive 3-D technology like the Oculus Rift headset. Many of us […]
I had the pleasure of interviewing Guy Maddin for an article in this week’s Isthmus. Be sure to pick up a copy, anywhere downtown, or read it online at The Daily Page. Meanwhile, here is […]
First, I want to thank Hari Jost at the Wisconsin Union Directorate Film Committee for her work updating the WUD Film Google Calendar feed that the Madison Film Forum in turn uses for our Alternative […]
Over at their Facebook page, Sundance Cinemas Madison has posted their upcoming lineup of Academy Award Nominated Classics. We will add them to our Alternative Screening Calendar as the start times are confirmed. Also note […]
Here are some images you will come across if you venture to the UW Cinematheque for their program, Bursting at the Seams: Restored Avant-Garde Films tonight (Fri Jan 31) at 7:00pm.
The Marcus Theatre Entertainment Network (screening at both Eastgate and Point theaters) will showcase three Oscar winning films this week: Gigi (1958, Vincente Minnelli), Driving Miss Daisy (1989, Bruce Beresford), and A Beautiful Mind (2001, Ron […]
It is far too hard to keep track of upcoming one-off screenings or limited runs that last less than a week in Madison. Well, we here at the Madison Film Forum have addressed that issue […]