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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


UW Cinematheque showcases award-winning Polish film ‘EO’

Film sheds light on animal abuse, features compelling score, drone shots


Review: Short films by students lack emotional prowess of great cinematic productions

Films presented at Wisconsin Film Festival bare resemblance to social media and modern media trends, contributing to weaker emotional responses from audiences


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


Oscars 2022: Who should win, who will win Best Picture

'The Power of the Dog' has a lot of momentum — but another contender could just edge out Jane Campion's film for Best Picture


‘Jackass’ is back, baby

Classic pranking show takes to big screen once again


Baldwin, others file for dismissal of ‘Rust’ shooting incident

Lawsuit alleges Baldwin mishandled a prop gun which killed one, injured another


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

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

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