A boundary bursting historical epic, Andrei Tarkovsky’s masterpiece follows the life and spiritual crisis of the eponymous 15th Century Russian icon painter during the bloody Tartar invasions.
For all you film buffs out there–we’ve created a quick cheat sheet of all the CREECA-region-related films that will be shown at the upcoming Wisconsin Film Festival! This year’s festival runs from April 4 to April …
“Passionate, tempestuous, haunting and assured, this latest from writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski explores, as did his Oscar-winning “Ida,” Poland’s recent past
Featuring an introduction and post-screening Q&A by the film’s producer, UW-alumna Stacey Reiss
A showing of the 1967 Czechoslovak film Hori Ma Panenko at UW Cinematheque.
The Wisconsin Film Festival presents the Bulgarian film Western, a subtle exploration of toxic masculinity that follows a group of German construction workers on a job in rural Bulgaria.
The Wisconsin Film Festival presents the Polish film Under the Tree (Undir Trenu), an outrageous comedy about a neighborly spat that spirals out of control.
The Wisconsin Film Festival presents the Croatian film The Mystery of Green Hill, a coming-of-age adventure set in an idyllic Croatian countryside that celebrates friendship, first love, and the bittersweet reward of doing the right thing.
For all you film buffs out there–we’ve created a quick cheat sheet of all the CREECA-region-related films that will be shown at the upcoming Wisconsin Film Festival! This year’s festival runs from April 5 to …
On November 16, filmmakers Shawn Convey and Kevin Ripp presented their observational documentary Among Wolves to a full theater of Madison moviegoers. The film, shot in modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, paints a stunningly human portrait …