Marquette Wire

REDDIN: The life and death of cinema subtlety

Matthew Reddin

October 7, 2010

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I’m sure you can’t tell from over there, but writing this column every week is harder than it looks. Yeah, you get to shoot your mouth about any “artsy” topic you want, but here’s the dirty little secret: Some week...

It’s amore: Local film festival shows off Italian culture and cinema

Matthew Reddin

April 29, 2010

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If your exposure to Italian culture consists of watching the “guidos” and “guidettes” of “Jersey Shore,” it might be worth your while to learn something about real Italians for a change at the 4th annual Italian Film Festival USA of Milwaukee. The festival, takin...

Say ‘Bonjour’ to French Film Fest

Erica Breunlin

February 4, 2010

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When it comes to film, the French don’t appear to be shy about much. Or shy about anything, really. With this in mind, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will celebrate its 13th annual French Film Festival Feb. 5 to 1...

Exhibit unveils eclectic work of Warhol’s last decade

Kaleigh Ward

September 24, 2009

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Every college student knows about Andy Warhol. At least the trendy ones do, or they pretend to. Nevertheless, Warhol’s name is universally recognized while the names of most other contemporary artists remain somewhat unfamiliar...

Nothing small about short film fest

Kaleigh Ward

September 17, 2009

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Among the little-known and under-appreciated festivals this city has to offer is the Milwaukee Short Film Festival. Last weekend marked the end of the 11th annual fest put on by the Milwaukee Independent Film Society. The festival...