Kati Kati delivers a high concept ghost story set in a mysterious limbo between life and afterlife, from a new generation of African filmmakers who make a strong case for more indigenous filmmaking. Emily Caulfield continues our 10-day Wisconsin Film Festival preview with her review.
Edwanike Harbour kicks off our 10-day Wisconsin Film Festival preview with a look at Contemporary Color, a dazzling portrait of color guard performances with music provided by big names in indie pop.
This year the Madison Film Forum will significantly slow down its coverage of the Wisconsin Film Festival, and we encourage our colleagues to do the same.
James Kreul compiles lists from Larry and Dee Dee, box office interviews, and social media to get a sense of the range of audience interests.
Discuss: Wisconsin Film Festival Jake Smith reflects briefly on the films he saw in the second half of the 2016 Wisconsin Film Festival, including a pair of pictures with Ingrid Bergman and the newest from Whit Stillman. As is so often the case with the second half of the Festival, my reach exceeds my grasp when […]
In the first of two reports after the 2016 Wisconsin Film Festival, James Kreul shares thoughts and observations about ticket sales, media coverage, venue logistics, and non-film events.
Edwanike Harbour caught the new film from Wisconsin filmmaker Rebecca Weaver at the Wisconsin Film Festival. The crowd pleasing June Falling Down combines knowing references to Wisconsin life with an insightful meditation on love and loss.
Jake Smith shares brief thoughts on the films he has seen so far at the 2016 Wisconsin Film Festival.
James Kreul took notes and sent tweets throughout the first full day of the Wisconsin Film Festival.
Sean Weitner returns with another entry in his ongoing coverage of the logistics and box office of the Wisconsin Film Festival.