Tone Madison‘s Chris Lay and Scott Gordon take a first look at the highlights of the 2016 Wisconsin Film Festival. Read more about Chris’ most anticipated WFF titles at tonemadison.com. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
WORT welcomes the Wisconsin premiere of “Salad Days” a new documentary on the Washington, DC punk rock scene, starting at 7 at the High Noon Saloon. Director Scott Crawford will tell us what to expect.
All those driver’s ed movies, detergent ads and sexual hygiene films you thought were gone forever have all been saved by Rick Prelinger. Rick joins us to talk about his legendary Prelinger Archives and his new mash-up film “No More Road Trips,”
Palestinian filmmaker Fida Qishta will bring her film about life in the Gaza strip “Where Should The Birds Fly” to the Pyle Center this Saturday. She joined the Buzz on Monday, November 3.
Filmmaker Sam Mayfield brings her documentary “Wisconsin Rising” about the 2011 Wisconsin protests back to Madison.
A movie history of Madison’s Smart Sound studios. Who better to do it than Wendy Schneider?