The fourth annual Festflix & Chill presents 90 minutes of short films from the 2019 Wisconsin’s Own section of the Festival, and Hail Satan?, a feature film from the 2019 Wisconsin Film Festival. This event is free and open to the public!
Join us for the last Tuesday Night Movie Club (TNMC) of the season, featuring a special extended cut of WFF 2012 selection Margaret. As always, TNMC screenings are free and open to the public!
Tuesday Night Movie Club (TNMC) returns in 2019 with the dark comedy action film In Order of Disappearance, a 2015 WFF selection. The film is in Norwegian and Swedish with English subtitles.
Join us for the last Tuesday Night Movie Club (TNMC) event in the series this year! We will screen Marwencol, a 2011 Wisconsin Film Festival selection.
This moving inquiry into a national trauma achieves its exceptional power through its intimacy… Filmed in luminous black and-white in the classic Academy aspect ratio, Ida combines some of the year’s best cinematography and art direction to create a truly immersive viewing experience.
Join us for a free screening of LOS LECHEROS, a short documentary that explores how the fate of undocumented immigrant workers and Wisconsin’s $43 billion dairy industry are closely intertwined – and both are grappling with their options for survival as fears of ICE raids and deportations under the Trump administration grow.
Big Man Japan will be shown as part of Tuesday Night Movie Club, a film series which is free and open to the public.
The 2018 Golden Badger Award-winning documentary, The Blood is at the Doorstep, will return to Madison for a free screening that is open to the public.
Starting at 4:00 pm, we’ll screen a selection of 2018 Wisconsin’s Own shorts. At 6:00 pm, catch Hearts Beat Loud, “a truly sweet, funny, and downright likable comedy” (Roger Ebert). While this event is geared towards welcoming new students to the UW–Madison campus, it is free and open to the public.
Join Director Erik Ljung, a member of the Hamilton family, Representative Chris Taylor, and Wisconsin Film Festival Outreach & Community Engagement Manager Ben Reiser for a screening of the documentary The Blood is at the Doorstep, followed by a post-screening Q&A.