Film

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

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

Film

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

Festival showcasing over 150 movies, free for UW students

Art

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

Herald

Interview with Think Films founder Danielle Turkov Wilson

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

Film

New Batman movie brings hope to fans after years of disappointing performances

Robert Pattinson's portrayal of the masked vigilante could be series revival fans have been waiting for

Art

Entertainment industry cutting ties with Russia after invasion of Ukraine

Controversial attack on Ukraine has many leading entertainers speaking out

Movies

‘Jackass’ is back, baby

Classic pranking show takes to big screen once again

ArtsEtc

When nostalgia bait succeeds: ‘Spider-Man No Way Home’ review

What Spider-Man: No Way Home got right about fan service

Art

Dune movie triumphs where original book falters

Film delivers in three key aspects to create watching experience unlike any other

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