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.
Big Man Japan will be shown as part of Tuesday Night Movie Club, a film series which is free and 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 us for one last Tuesday Night Movie Club event, a series dedicated to looking back at Wisconsin Film Festivals past. We're wrapping up with Happy Christmas (WFF 2014), and will be joined by director/screenwriter/producer/editor of the film Joe Swanberg.
Samantha Morton stars in "Morvern Callar," a WFF 2003 selection. This mesmerizing cinematic experience boasts an unbeatable soundtrack featuring everything from Can to Ween.
Travel back in time with us for our monthly look back at Wisconsin Film Festivals past at the next Tuesday Night Movie Club event with the sci-fi thriller, TIMECRIMES (WFF 2008).
Excitement continues to build for the 20th Annual Wisconsin Film Festival (WFF) with the next Tuesday Night Movie Club event. This time around we are reaching back to the very first Festival, with the delightfully quirky documentary, THE CRUISE (WFF '99).
In celebration of the upcoming 20th Annual Wisconsin Film Festival, the Tuesday Night Movie Club is a free monthly series featuring selected films drawn from the last 19 amazing years!
In celebration of the upcoming 20th Annual Wisconsin Film Festival, we’re thrilled to announce the Tuesday Night Movie Club, a free monthly series featuring selected films drawn from the last 19 amazing years!
Binge watch 2017 Wisconsin Film Festival selections at this free event for new students.