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The veteran British actor recalls his working class background, his emergence in the 1960s and the long career has has enjoyed. more

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The story of filmmaking in the Bay Area is told in a new book, Hollywood in San Francisco. But the author also has other topics in mind. more

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The Found Footage Film Festival makes good-natured fun out of VHS tapes from the ‘80s and ‘90s. more

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The look and the meaning of steampunk is explored in a new book. more

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Associated Bank’s partnership with the Milwaukee Film Festival helps change the way the Milwaukee community views filmmaking. more

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Film critic Daniel Barnes of the for the Sacramento News & Review found ten reasons to get excited about the multiplex over the next few months. more

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Tiny Film Invasion movie expert Blyth Meier discusses this year's front runners with the guys, and makes her case for Call Me By Your Name. more

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Milwaukee Film also announced the winners of the Allan H. (Bud) and Suzanne L. Selig Audience Awards for feature film and short film. more

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In her new book, Destination Casablanca, Meredith Hindley explores the real city behind the classic film. more

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Humorously highlighting British and American cultural differences, Kingsman: The Golden Circle simultaneously skewers James Bond, Matrix and Fast and Furious flicks while its eccentric characters bring it home. more

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While some of the imagery in mother! is compelling, director Darren Aronofsky falls into the trap of contemporary horror directors for whom enough is never enough and subtlety is sacrificed for visual overkill. more

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Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: Based on E.M. Forster’s posthumously published novel, Maurice, Hugh Grant plays a sharp-witted man, steeped in Grecian ideals, who dares to express love Platonic and erotic with a fellow student (Jam... more

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In American Assassin, counter-terrorism agent Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien) and CIA veteran Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton) team up with a Turkish agent to hunt down a malevolent, mysterious operative played by Taylor Kitsch. more

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Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: Dare to Drum documents the creative process between the Dallas-based percussion ensemble D’Drum, Police drummer Stewart Copeland and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra; The Island of Dr. Moreau, starring ... more

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Despite a long running time and a profusion of baroque horror visuals, It is an effective adaptation of Stephen King focused on a band of outsider kids forced to confront their fears. more

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Menashe is a moving and astutely observed film set amidst Brooklyn’s Hasidic community. more

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Home Again (Rated PG-13) Alice (Reese Witherspoon) is 40 and on the cusp of divorce when she moves back to Los Angeles with two young daughters in tow. While out partying, she meets a trio of str,Film Clips more

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Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: “Riverdale: The Complete First Season," which promises David Lynch and delivers “Peyton Place" in its depiction of the shadows and scandals of small-town life with characters taken from Archie ... more

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Milwaukee’s Mark Borchardt stars as a possible serial killer in Melonie Gartner’s new film, Where the Great Spirits Live. more

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