Home movies will be inspected and/or repaired by UWM volunteers at the free event Oct. 14. The movies can also be screened for an audience while the owner narrates.
UWM freshman Riley Killian created a documentary that follows the journeys of four caregivers as they take care of their loved ones.
Sky Hopinka, a filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, received a Master of Fine Arts from UWM in 2016.
Members of the public are invited to dust off those old film reels or VHS tapes and bring them to campus Oct. 15 to watch in a theater. UWM volunteers will be on hand to show how to make basic repairs too.
Five UWM students are set to show their artworks in the Emerging Artists section of the Morning Glory Art Fair Aug. 13 and 14.
Dafoe spoke to more than 600 students at an event modeled on the talk show “Inside the Actors Studio.” He was in town to speak at commencement and to receive an honorary Doctor of Arts degree.
The four-time Oscar-nominated actor will return to his alma mater May 22 to receive an honorary degree and deliver two commencement speeches.
On this episode of Curious Campus, we discuss with two experts how movies’ biggest season is playing out as theaters are trying to bounce back from the pandemic.
The list features 50 film programs, honoring the schools including UWM for their continuing dedication to prepare and inspire students in spite of disruptions caused by the coronavirus crisis.
A true crime docuseries created by Peck School of the Arts’ Lilly Warren won a development deal with A&E at the Realscreen Summit Showdown recently.