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CENTERPIECE! Ingrid Jungermann’s WOMEN WHO KILL
October 19, 2016 @ 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Love isn’t romance, it’s survival.
WOMEN WHO KILL
diretced by Ingrid Jungmann
A _very_ funny dark comedy about relationships, commitment…and murder.
Morgan and her ex-girlfriend Jean are true crime podcasters obsessed with female serial killers, but their part-time criminology is of no help when the secretive Simone starts romancing Morgan and sinister doings surface.
Written and directed and starring Ingrid Jungermann, the creator of the webs series The Slope and F to 7th
Best Screenwriting in a U.S. Feature – OUTFEST 2016
Writes the Outfest jury: “A powerhouse of a script that lives at the intersection of a panoply of genres, this first feature effort is creative, original, and, ultimately, surprising. Vacillating from comedy to romance to drama to thriller, often within the same scene, the script is perfectly paced, featuring well defined characters and a clear narrative purpose for every word, be it a jokey aside or a cryptic utterance. For keeping us guessing until the very end and redefining multiple genres in one fell swoop, we award the award for Best Screenwriting in a US Feature Film to Writer, Director, and Actor Ingrid Jungermann for WOMEN WHO KILL.
THE LESBIAN FUND / WOMEN’S FUND OF GREATER MILWAUKEE
88NINE RADIO MILWAUKEE
CREAM CITY FOUNDATION
ELDON E. MURRAY FUND OF THE GREATER MILWAUKEE FOUNDATION
JOSEPH R. PABST
$10 seniors and students
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Or see film(s) at the Union Cinema with a friend of two:
secure a Sixer Pass!*
(* good for admissions at Union Cinema only)
Or via the Union Cinema Box Office (30 minutes before showtime) and Peck School of the Arts Box Office. Passes are available in advanced at the Peck School of the Arts Box Office and at the Festival table during the Festival.
Peck School of the Arts Box Office is located on the ground floor of the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts at 2419 E. Kenwood Blvd. Fall semester hours (beginning September 6): Monday–Friday, 11AM–5PM.
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The 31st Annual Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival opens on Wednesday, October 12th and continues October 14-23.
The Festival is presented by the Department of Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres in the UWM Peck School of the Arts. The Festival is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Cream City Foundation, Wisconsin Gazette, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Milwaukee Pride, Jack H Smith of Shorewest Realtors, Bronze Optical, and Joseph R. Pabst.