The programming this fall at UW Cinematheque includes a series on the work of Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami. It kicks off on Friday, September 20 with the documentary Homework and continues over the next three Fridays with a trilogy of films released in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s known as the Koker Trilogy: Where […]
UW-Cinematheque’s spring season of art-house film screenings kicks off on January 18 at Vilas Hall with Blake Williams’ Prototype, which will take advantage of Cinematheque’s recently installed 3-D screening equipment. It won’t be Cinematheque’s first 3-D screening, but it will be a debut of sorts for new 3-D gear that recently became a permanent piece […]
UW Cinematheque is dedicated to showcasing the best in international cinema history and fine films which would otherwise never reach Madison screens. Their diverse fall season will feature spotlights on Rainer Werner Fassbinder, a founder of New German Cinema, and on the Brazilian performer Carmen Miranda. Jim Healy, Director of Film Programming at UW Cinematheque, […]
Filmgoers in the Madison area are getting ready to say goodbye to a small but important screening series. The Micro-Wave Cinema Series launched in the spring of 2014, and it focuses on filmmakers with very small budgets and a taste for experimentation. Brandon Colvin, a communication arts grad student at UW-Madison and a filmmaker himself, has […]
Capital Times film writer Rob Thomas shares his perspective on the changing Madison moviegoing landscape with Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon.
Tone Madison writers Chris Lay and Scott Gordon discuss the cinema offerings on tap in Madison this summer, including UW-Cinematheque’s summer season and Rooftop Cinema’s 10th-anniversary season.