I’m thrilled that An American Contradiction has been accepted into the Milwaukee Film Festival. It’s my hometown after all. I wasn’t able to make it to the premiere, but my parents were at the Fox-Bay and said it went very well. If you happen to be in Milwaukee, there’s still time to catch the last screening at the Oriental Theatre this coming Saturday. I’ll certainly be there.
Saturday, September 29th | Fox-Bay Cinema | 7:50pm
Wednesday, October 3rd | Downer Theatre | 4:30pm
Saturday, October 6th | Oriental Theatre | 4:00pm
I’ve also been asked to be on a panel discussion this coming Saturday titled “Access and Ethics in Documentary Filmmaking.” The panel is free and open to the public. It will be held at Kenilworth Square East located at 1915 East Kenilworth Place, Rm 640.
Saturday, October 6th | Panel Discussion | 1:00pm
Since being home I had the wonderful opportunity to present An American Contradiction at my high school assembly. It was very rewarding to screen the film in an auditorium of about 300 students. I could sense the students were engaged, catching the nuances and holding their attention until the end. The students and teachers asked great questions about the editing and research process. Big thanks to my alma mater University School of Milwaukee for inviting me.