Celebrating a decade in the community, Milwaukee Film today announced that the 2018 Milwaukee Film Festival will take place from October 18 to November 1, 2018.
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The 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival announced the full lineup for Spotlight Presentations, including the multiple award-winning Opening Night film Stumped, directed by MFF alum Robin Berghaus, and Closing Night film Landline, directed by Gillian Robespierre
The 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival today announced the full lineup for the 9th Cream City Cinema program, that showcases the best new work from Milwaukee-based filmmakers
The Cine Sin Fronteras program returns to the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival for the second year, showcasing the rich and vibrant Latinx diaspora from around the world.
John Ridley’s ‘Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992’ Among 10 Films on 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival Black Lens Lineup
The Black Lens program returns to the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival featuring documentary and fiction films by African American filmmakers
Milwaukee Film has signed a 31-year lease to operate the Oriental Theatre beginning July 1, 2018, signaling tremendous future growth for the organization and ensuring that the Milwaukee Film Festival will be a part of the community for years to come.
The 9th Milwaukee Film Festival will take place from September 28 to October 12, 2017.
The 8th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival, announced the winners of the 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival Allan H. (Bud) and Suzanne L. Selig Audience Awards in addition to the Jury Award Winners
‘QUEEN OF KATWE’, ‘LIFE, ANIMATED’ Lead Spotlight Presentations Program Lineup for Milwaukee Film Festival
The 8th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival’s Spotlight Presentations Program lineup includes the Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night films, which for the first time, are directed by Milwaukee Film Festival alumni.
In a sign of its overall growth, Milwaukee Film has raised over $2,750,000 in cash, goods, and services for this year’s – 8th edition of the Milwaukee Film Festival from its 133 supporters.
Academy Award-winning screenwriter John Ridley has joined the Milwaukee Film Board of Directors in order to give back to the region he once called home.
The Milwaukee Film Festival will showcase the best new films from Milwaukee-based filmmakers in the 2016 Cream City Cinema Program lineup.
Milwaukee Film Festival Adds New ‘Cine Sin Fronteras’ Program Featuring Films Highlighting LatinX Experience
The 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival has revealed the lineup for its new program, Cine Sin Fronteras, featuring six fiction and documentary films highlighting stories of the multi-faceted Latinx diaspora.
Two new film programs, Sportsball! and United States of Cinema, have been added to 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival. These programs include feature-length sports documentaries and American independent fiction films
The Black Lens Program, featuring films from both emerging and established African-American filmmakers, returns to the upcoming 8th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival for a third year.
Sonita, Lamb, and Beware the Slenderman, are among the second set of eight films revealed for the 8th Milwaukee Film Festival, which takes place September 22 to October 6, 2016.
The 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival revealed its first eight films for the 8th edition of the festival, which takes place September 22 to October 6, 2016.
Milwaukee Film has revealed the official campaign artwork designed by Gabriela Riveros for the 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival taking place September 22 to October 6, 2016.
The 7th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival concluded its 15-day run and ballots were tallied to determine the winners of the 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival Allan H. (Bud) and Suzanne L. Selig Audience Awards. The winners are Romeo is Bleeding directed by Jason Zeldes (pictured above) for Feature Film, and Grounded (Au Sol) directed by Alexis Michali for Short Film. Romeo is Bleeding is about how an explosive adaptation of Romeo and Juliet allows poet/mentor/creative director […]
The 7th Milwaukee Film Festival announced its 2015 Jury Award Winners on Sunday, with awards given out in both the Competition and Cream City Cinema programs. No One’s Child directed by Vuk Ršumović is the winner of the Herzfeld Competition Award. No One’s Child, based on a remarkable true story, takes us deep into the mountains of Bosnia, where we’re introduced to a feral child living among the wolves. Upon his discovery in 1988, he is sent […]
The 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival unveiled its entire film lineup of 303 films (27 more than in 2014) – 118 features and 185 shorts – from 50 different countries. Opening the festival is Youth (pictured above), the most recent work from Italian director Paolo Sorrentino, who earned the 2014 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film with his film The Great Beauty. A beautifully shot drama, Youth follows Fred (Michael Caine), a retired longtime composer […]
2015 Milwaukee Film Festival Spotlight Presentations Lineup incl. 7 CHINESE BROTHERS, BEATLES, UNCLE JOHN
The 7th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival announced its lineup for Spotlight Presentations, featuring eight documentary and fiction films. Scheduled guests include: Bob Byington, director of the slacker comedy 7 Chinese Brothers starring Jason Schwartzman (pictured above); Sydney Sibilia, director of the Italian hit comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want; and Ted Dintersmith, executive producer of Most Likely to Succeed. In addition, Lance Mackey, subject of the documentary The Great Alone, plans to attend with […]
8 Films on 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival Competition Program incl. THE RUSSIAN WOODPECKER, UNCERTAIN, IMPERIAL DREAMS
The 7th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival’s lineup for the Competition Program will feature eight feature films including three documentary and five fiction. Highlights of this year’s program include The Russian Woodpecker, winner of the Sundance Film Festival’s 2015 World Cinema Grand Jury Prize for Documentary. The debut film for writer, producer and director Chad Gracia, it follows Ukrainian Fedor Alexandrovich as he investigates the political and personal history surrounding his survival of Ukraine’s 1986 Chernobyl […]
The 7th Annual Milwaukee Film Festival announced its lineup for Shorter Is Better, a short film showcase comprised of eight themed programs, featuring 58 of the “best short stories told by filmmakers from all over the world, from all walks of life.” Milwaukee Film’s newest shorts programs, Sports Shorts. Shorts about Sports. and Stories We Tell, return for a second year, and will join programs: The Best Damn F*#@ing Midnight Program Ever. Sh*t., Date Night, […]