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.
It’s even worse for Hollywood superstars, UWM labor economist John Heywood, found: more than $2.4 million.
Nearly 30 years after its release, “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is increasingly regarded as a Halloween classic. What local fans might not know is that “Nightmare” has a strong UWM connection.
Kirill Mikhanovsky’s movie was filmed entirely in the Milwaukee area with a cast almost entirely from the city. Audiences and critics both local and national have loved it.
“Give Me Liberty,” the Milwaukee-made film by UWM grad Kirill Mikhanovsky, is racking up rave reviews and national acclaim.
A new feature film with UWM connections aims to put Milwaukee on the filmmaking map.
UWM’s Peck School of the Arts is on Variety magazine’s list of best film schools in the world for a third straight year.
Midway through his college career, Devon Smith faced a huge challenge. With the help of Life Impact advisors, he met that challenge and has gone on to a post-college life as a filmmaker, artist and mentor to youths.