The Madison Labor History Film Series begins this week and is free for the public. The series aims to make labor history available to a wide spectrum of citizens, with the hope that broad exposure to the subject field may entice people to research further. With Gov. Walker’s current suppression of the public sector labor […]
The 2017 Wisconsin Film Festival will be running from March 30 to April 6. We’ve got three writers leading the preview coverage for Tone Madison—Mark Riechers, Grant Phipps, and Chris Lay. Grant is also covering the festival a bit for the madison film site LakeFrontRow. As in years past, previewing the festival means choking down a lot […]
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.
Brian Standing speaks with UW Psychology Ph.D. student Jason Samaha about the blink of the human brain.
As of late, Syria has been associated in the public consciousness with refugees and political strife, and not so much with the visual arts. But a group of Kurdish filmmakers and artists hope to change that. In the Rojava region of Syria (known to some as Western Kurdistan), they’ve set up the Rojava Film Commune […]
Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Jean-Luc Godard…all names you can expect to see in the credits at upcoming screenings put on by the UW Cinematheque.