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  • Alive Inside
    'Alive Inside' wakes the mind with well-rounded music theory exhibition
    Sunday, Sept. 28, The Milwaukee Film Festival screened "Alive Inside," a documentary about the benefits of music for people with memory problems, and social worker Dan Cohen's struggle to incorporate music therapy into nursing homes....
  • DVD Review: BOOBS (2014)
    'BOOBS (2014)' DVD Review
    Directors Stone Roberts and Jon Bulette follow the young British model Precious Muir on a journey. She is gorgeous with her B cup breasts but she feels more is the merrier. She will eventually have a D size breast but there is much to do before...
  • DVD Review: Rude Dude
    'Rude Dude' DVD Review
    This is a documentary that takes a look at one of comic books legendary artists Steve Rude. It follows him for a period over three years. The film takes a look at this man of genius who is also tormented with a bi-polar personality. It follows the...
  • Beep Logo
    Listen, and learn video game sounds history with new documentary
    Ever wanted to learn more about the music and sound effects behind some of your favorite games? Well Director Karen Collins hopes to educate anyone interested about the history behind music in games with her documentary film “Beep.&rdquo...
  • Paul Henry Gingerich
    The Life You Take
    The man's wife said, "Neither of those boys will ever understand what they've taken away from me." But that was not true. Surely, just as Satan purposely told God to take a flying leap into the abyss after he ascended to his own...
  • 1971
    Milwaukee Film Fest screens unconventional yet fascinating opening film '1971'
    Thursday night, September 25, marked the start of the fifteen day Milwaukee Film Festival. In keeping with festival tradition, one film screened as the special Opening Night Film, with the Opening Night Party to follow. Past years have typically...
  • David Bowie IS
    'David Bowie IS' works for the fans
    Style icons that transcend mediums, genres and art forms are a rare occurrence in this day and age, but those who qualify tend to get special treatment and celebrated like no other. As a part of the In The Gallery presentations that are running at...
  • The Buddha - A documentary story of the Buddha's life
    The Buddha - A documentary story of the Buddha's life
    This documentary by award-winning filmmaker David Grubin and narrated by Richard Gere, tells the story of the Buddha's life, a journey especially relevant to our own bewildering times of violent change and spiritual confusion. It features the...
  • 'A Life in Dirty Movies' comes clean
    'A Life in Dirty Movies' comes clean
    The Sarnos, a husband and wife team who made sexploitation films in the heydays of wholesomeness, come clean in a revealing new Documentary called "A Life in Dirty Movies". By coming clean, I don't mean that they decided to do a tell...
  • 'Art and Craft' is a film about a mentally ill art forger who duped 60 museums
    'Art and Craft' is a film about a mentally ill art forger who duped 60 museums
    "Art and Craft" is a film about a prolific art forger named Mark Landis. Landis was diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was hospitalized at the age of 17. He'd taken the death of his father very hard. Examiner Dorri Olds met with...
  • Fantastic Fest Review: Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
    Fantastic Fest Review: Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
    If you were kid growing up during the 80’s, odds are are a good chunk you saw at the theater, or on VHS were produced by Cannon Films.It was an apt moniker, because the studio churned out B-movie excess in all its glory and shame.And the new...
  • 'Hawking'
    Entertainment Spotlight: ‘Hawking’ now on Netflix
    “Life would be tragic if it weren't funny.” This is one of the many great ideas, theorems and concepts shared by Stephen Hawking, a man who was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (more commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig...
  • Cousins Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt, along with Franklin's wife Eleanor created policies that American to this day.
    PBS to binge air Ken Burns' 'The Roosevelts: An Intimate History' this weekend
    If you've been too busy this final week of summer to tune into Ken Burns' latest PBS production, "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History," don't despair. PBS stations around the country will air the documentary this weekend.The...
  • Love forged in darkness in 'No Place on Earth'
    Love forged in darkness in 'No Place on Earth'
    How can life be found in the heart of impenetrable darkness? How does one hold on to hope in the depths of such complete and utter despair? In this powerful and inspiring documentary "No Place on Earth", Chris Nicola must ponder these...
  • The Roosevelts
    Ken Burns "The Roosevelts": Episode 2
    You may not think of Theodore Roosevelt as an intellectual, but in fact, he was ─ and this is the theme Ken Burns nails in episode 2.Part two focuses on the Roosevelt presidency, and the one major gaff that he made during it: pledging to not seek...