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Why co-chief of film critique at New York Times is stepping down

Aggressive fanbases, propagandized algorithms, declining audiences tarnish industry


Wisconsin Film Festival to return to Madison for 25th anniversary

Films will be free to students, shown at Memorial Union, Union South, Cinematheque, Hilldale Cinemas


Here’s what to explore during UW’s Winter Carnival this week

Ice skating, free hot chocolate, Lady Liberty, other free events last all week


Badger Film Group to premier first feature-length film at Marquee

Student film orgnization releases action-adventure comedy "Watch Out"


‘Black Klansman’ speaks to UW students about his undercover work

Inspiration behind Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman' detective Ron Stallworth talks to UW students


The Cinematheque presents ‘Koozhangal’ and ‘Writing With Fire’

Hindi documentary, Tamil film intertwine myriad of aspects of Indian culture at Vilas Hall


For first time in three years, Wisconsin Film Festival returns to in-person showings

Festival showcasing over 150 movies, free for UW students


Oscars 2022: Winners and losers from wild night in Hollywood

The film industry’s biggest night of the year did not disappoint

UW-Madison Campus

Wisconsin Film Festival to show modern, restored films at first in-person return since 2019

UW students can participate in film festival for free this year at any venue with valid student ID


Interview with Think Films founder Danielle Turkov Wilson

Impact Production Company founder speaks about film production, addressing societal issues

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