Category Archives: Film

The Little Festival That Could (Run for Fifteen Years)


BY Joshua Grover-David Patterson Part 1: From Humble Beginnings… In 1991, Robert Rodriguez scraped together seven thousand dollars, partially by submitting himself to medical testing, and made “El Mariachi,” his first feature.  It went to multiple major film festivals and was picked up by Columbia Pictures, launching a career that continues to this day. In 1993, author Joe Queenan heard ... Read More »

Weyauwega International Film Festival – Nov. 11th-14th


The Weyauwega International Film Festival, presented by Wega Arts, will be returning November 11-14 to the Gerold Opera House for its fifth year of films from around the globe. This year the festival will be screening forty-three films representing seventeen different countries. Many of the films were either made in Wisconsin or have Wisconsin connections. The 13th of the month ... Read More »

Highlights from


If you missed the three, day three screen extravaganza that was the 2015 Green Bay Film Festival, we’d like to apologize. It was a heck of a show, and it’s not always easy to track down these indie films if you aren’t around for their comet-like first pass. For those who missed out, or simply didn’t have the time to ... Read More »

The Time Theatre Year Five


BY JUSTIN MITCHELL If the 2013 Time Theater season demonstrated anything, it was that Oshkosh wanted to see movies. The Theater nearly doubled their showings, and the people kept coming. Now entering their fifth year of showing films, the downtown Oshkosh film destination is embarking on an even more ambitious 2014 season, adding film showings every Friday evening to their ... Read More »

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