As the Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary, director Carl Bogner talks about how the scope of films shown has grown broader over the landmark festival’s lifetime.
UWM student filmmaker Sky Hopinka explores Ho-Chunk family and heritage in his prize-winning experimental film,“Jáaji Approx.”
UWM alumna Jessica Farrell will see her documentary on homelessness, “30 Seconds Away: Breaking the Cycle,” debut Tuesday, Sept. 29, at the Milwaukee Film Festival. Her goal is to draw widespread attention to a tough problem. “It’s not an easy film, there’s not an easy way out,” she says. But, “as a community, we can stop turning the other way and come together to make change.”
The journey from Milwaukee to Hollywood is shorter than you’d think for graduates of UWM’s Department of Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres and other Peck School of the Arts programs.
“Clarence,” a documentary about Clarence Garrett, thought to be the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s oldest graduate at 87, will have its world premier
Sixty-seven 3-D-printed prosthetic hands are on the way to children in Mexico thanks in part to UW-Milwaukee associate professor Frankie Flood.
The human issues that are embedded in the stories – war, pollution, technology – make Godzilla a global cautionary tale.
Contemporary conceptual artist, curator and double UWM alumna Michelle Grabner returns to INOVA on March 24.
The current exhibition at the UWM Art History Gallery grew out of the curator’s double major.
The UWM archive is acquiring, preserving and screening the Adoor Gopalakrishnan’s works in the original 35mm motion picture format,