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Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008

The 21st Annual LGBT Film/Video Festival

As autumn approaches and daylight hours diminish, more and more of us will be inclined to spend our nights looking for something bright and clear- especially on the big screen. From Sept. 4-14, Milwaukeeans get another chance to brighten their eyes and enlighten their minds with the annual LGBT Film/Video Festival, presented by the film department of UW-Milwaukee's Peck School of the Arts.
Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008

Tonight @ the Oriental Theatre

The Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival kicks off its 10-day run tonight with a 7:30 p.m. screening at the Oriental Theatre of Were the World Mine, a critically beloved comedic musical fantasy about a long-suffering gay boy whose luck changes for the better when he is cast as Puck in his high school’s production . . .
Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2008

Tonight @ the UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.

While many of the nation’s top critics used their dismissive reviews of the new comedy House Bunny to lament the unfortunate career of its star, Anna Faris, a few nodded to Smiley Face, the barely released 2007 stoner comedy that screens tonight at the UWM Union Theatre at 7 p.m., as one of the few films that . . .
Sunday, Aug. 31, 2008

Tonight @ the UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.

While many of the nation’s top critics used their dismissive reviews of the new comedy House Bunny to lament the unfortunate career of its star, Anna Faris, a few nodded to Smiley Face, the barely released 2007 stoner comedy that screens tonight at the UWM Union Theatre at 7 p.m., as one of the few films that . . .
Saturday, Aug. 30, 2008

Tonight @ the UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.

One of the most imaginatively animated graphic-novel film adaptations in recent memory, and one of the best received foreign films of 2007, Persepolis is the autobiographical tale of young Marjane Satrapi as she comes of age—and discovers punk music—amid the ’1970s Iranian revolution. The . . .
Friday, Aug. 29, 2008

Today @ UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.

One of the most imaginatively animated graphic-novel film adaptations in recent memory, and one of the best received foreign films of 2007, Persepolis is the autobiographical tale of young Marjane Satrapi as she comes of age—and discovers punk music—amid the 1970s Iranian revolution. The . . .
Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008

Today @ the UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.

Sometimes the Coen brothers outdo even themselves, as with last year’s No Country For Old Men, a taut, violent thriller that earned the directors a sack of Oscars, including one for Best Picture. Like their best films (Blood Simple, Fargo), No Country is essentially a traditional film noir set in an unlikely locale, in this . . .

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