In Pursuit of Joy: A Screendance BBQ, a film by IVAP artist Omari ‘Motion’ Carter, will be presented during the 24th annual Wisconsin Film Festival’s shorts block titled Movers and Shakers. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with attending filmmakers featured in the block. Tickets may be purchased in advance or day-of. Student tickets are free with student ID.
Cinematheque At Home: The World’s End and Metropolis
Beginning Thursday, March 4 through Sunday, March 7, the UW Cinematheque will present a free view-at-home double of Edgar Wright’s The World’s End (2013) and Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927). The program was specially curated by current Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Litza Bixler.
POSTPONED: Musical Performance & Film Screening
Part of the Conference on Migration: Latin America and the U.S. Please note: this event has been postponed.
Announcing: Big Streams, Little Folks – Family-friendly online streaming selections from this year’s Wisconsin Film Festival
The Wisconsin Film Festival invites children and film lovers of all ages on an adventurous world tour, while staying safely at home! The Wisconsin Film Festival brings the world to the youngest in its audience …
22nd Annual Wisconsin Film Festival Overview – April 2-9, 2020
The Wisconsin Film Festival (Festival) is presented by the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts in collaboration with the Department of Communication Arts and is the largest university-produced film festival in the nation from …
Free day-of Wisconsin Film Festival tickets for UW–Madison students
New for 2020, every current University of Wisconsin–Madison student, with a valid WisCard, is eligible for one free ticket to every screening at every Wisconsin Film Festival venue all festival long, based on seating availability. …
Festflix & Chill 2019
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!
2019 Wisconsin Film Festival
With 153 films in the Festival, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Explore the schedule and buy tickets at 2019.wifilmfest.org.
Wisconsin Film Festival’s Big Screens, Little Folks films for kids showing April 5-7
For the fifth year, the Wisconsin Film Festival (April 4-11) is offering children’s cinema programming “Big Screens, Little Folks” from April 5-7 including two films shown on April 5 when public K-12 schools in Madison …
Guests of the 21st Annual Wisconsin Film Festival – April 4-11, 2019
The Wisconsin Film Festival (Festival) is presented by the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts in association with the Department of Communication Arts and is the largest university-produced film festival in the nation from …