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Wisconsin Public Television's "Director's Cut" Spotlights Wisconsin Film Festival
March 9, 2011
Wisconsin Public Television’s (WPT) Director’s Cut, the series that focus on independent films and their filmmakers, will present an hour-long special featuring Wisconsin Film Festival Director Meg Hamel and several filmmakers whose films are featured in the upcoming festival.
Director's Cut Wisconsin Film Festival Edition airs 8 p.m. Friday, March 25. WPT will present an encore of the program at 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 30.
Hamel will sit down with Director’s Cut Host Charles Monroe-Kane to discuss highlights of the Wisconsin Film Festival, which runs Wednesday, March 30 through Sunday, April 3 in eight theaters throughout the city of Madison.
The program also will include clips from several of the festival’s 209 films as well as interviews with five filmmakers: Robb Thompson, director “SHC;” Brijetta Hall Waller, director of “At the Table: Mothers Sharing Stories Through Art;” Chele Isaac, director of “From the Archive of Vagaries;” Brian Standing, director of “Blink! Again” and William Q. Hartin, director of “Dark Ways.”
WPT is a service of the Educational Communications Board and the University of Wisconsin–Extension.
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