Jessica Barden stars in Nicole Riegel's "Holler" as a teenage girl trying to escape a dead-end blue-collar town in Ohio.
Riz Ahmed, nominated for an Oscar for "Sound of Metal," again plays a musician who faces a life-changing medical condition in "Mogul Mowgli."
This week, get ready for an action-packed eight days and 115 films during the 2021 Wisconsin Film Festival, learn from talented illustrator Rachal Duggan in a virtual drawing workshop, become an honorary Norwegian during Stoughton's Syttende Mai festival and more.
The Wisconsin Film Festival is back — although a little bit later in the year than usual, and online instead of in a number of packed area theaters.
Everybody likes a movie with a twist ending, but what about a twist beginning? The 2021 Wisconsin Film Festival caught local cinephiles off guard by releasing its entire schedule on Thursday, a day earlier than expected.
The Wisconsin Film Festival, set to begin April 2, has been canceled out of concern for public safety.
The schedule for the 2020 festival, which runs April 2-9, posted Thursday online at 2020.wifilmfest.org. Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. Saturday online, by phone at 265-2787 and in person at the Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St.
In this week's political podcast, Milfred and Hands ask and answer the question: Would you buy your kid a Ryan Braun jersey, knowing his connection to baseball's doping scandal? Our editorial board members just watched the documentary "Screwball," playing this month at the Wisconsin Film Festival in Madison. The film reminds Milwaukee Brewers fans that their hero was a cheater and liar. But he's come clean and remains a clutch and durable hitter at age 35 as the Crew makes another run at the playoffs.
“Light from Light” is a ghost story without any scares, and maybe not any ghosts.
The movie star we see in the film is a funny, uncompromising and immensely gifted artist whose life, like all of ours, was too complicated to fit into any neat narrative box.
One of the many things “Custody” gets right is showing how an abuser can exploit loopholes in a system meant to protect the abused.
The annual shorts program highlighting “Wisconsin’s Own” — films made here or created by artists with Wisconsin connections — had a dozen diverse entries.
A sold-out crowd at Shannon Hall celebrated the return of the festival and a screening of the documentary "Mountain."
The festival, which began in 1999, will screen over 140 films over the course of its eight day event in Madison starting April 5.
Nick Offerman and the Wisconsin Film Festival go back to the very beginning.
This year's 19th annual Wisconsin Film Festival, begins Thursday and will show about 139 films over eight days.
Daniel Kinney’s short film, which premieres at the Wisconsin Film Festival on April 1, ends with an unforgettable shot of his two characters embracing while the house they’re in bursts into flames behind them.
Since its founding 12 years ago, the Beloit International Film Festival has found a way to get better: By getting smaller.
At the Wisconsin Film Festival, 17 short films in the "Wisconsin's Own" series celebrate life in Mad city and the creative work of some filmmakers who've left.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Now in its 18th year, the eight-day festival starts Thursday and runs through April 21.
The Cap Times’ Rob Thomas will host a discussion Saturday at Sundance Cinemas with the creators of “Uncle John” and several documentaries about Wisconsin.