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2007 Filmguide

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The Unforeseen
(USA, 2007, 88 min)
World Cinema Documentary
Saturday, Sep 22nd 2:30pm
Oriental Theatre 1
$9.00


Tuesday, Sep 25th 7:45pm
Oriental Theatre 2
$9.00


This engrossing, beautifully crafted documentary pits the American Dream of suburban home life head-to-head against environmental sustainability.
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Validation
(USA, 2007, 16 min)
World Cinema Shorts
plays in:
Best in Show
Saturday, Sep 22nd 4:45pm
Oriental Theatre 1
$9.00


Monday, Sep 24th 7:15pm
Oriental Theatre 1
$9.00


A comic fable about the magic of free parking.
The Violin
(Mexico, 2005, 98 min)
Country Focus: Mexico
Thursday, Sep 27th 7:15pm
Times Cinema
$9.00


Saturday, Sep 29th 5:00pm
UWM Union Theatre
$9.00


The aging patriarch of a musical family in 1970s Mexico devises a clever scheme to support a revolution in this award-winning feature.
Viva Zapatero!
(Italy, 2005, 80 min)
World Cinema Documentary
Saturday, Sep 22nd 5:00pm
Times Cinema
$9.00


Monday, Sep 24th 5:30pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


This is Sabina Guzzanti’s ferociously funny documentary about her zany Italian television show, which met its demise when the infamous Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi threatened a lawsuit.
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War/Dance
(USA, Uganda, 2007, 105 min)
World Cinema Documentary
preceded by:
I Want to Be a Pilot
Sunday, Sep 23rd 2:30pm
Times Cinema
$9.00


Tuesday, Sep 25th 4:45pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


A nationwide music festival in war-ravaged Uganda gives meaning to the life of three children in this profound testament to the human spirit.
The Water and the Milk
(Mexico, 2006, 12 min)
Country Focus: Mexico
precedes More Than Anything in the World
Friday, Sep 21st 5:15pm
Times Cinema
$9.00


Sunday, Sep 23rd 2:30pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


This award-winning short follows an older woman who tries to retrieve her sole companion in life: her cow.
What What (In the Butt)
(USA, 2007, 4 min)
Midwest Filmmaker Competition
plays in:
Milwaukee Filmmaker Showcase
Thursday, Sep 27th 7:15pm
Oriental Theatre Main
$9.00


An unusual and sexy music video for recording artist Samwell.
What What (In the Butt)
(USA, 2007, 4 min)
World Cinema Shorts
plays in:
Midnight Delirium
Friday, Sep 28th Midnight
Oriental Theatre 1
$9.00


Friday, Sep 28th Midnight
$9.00


An unusual and sexy music video for recording artist Samwell.
The Whole Shootin' Match
(USA, 1979, 109 min)
World Cinema Fiction
Friday, Sep 28th 9:30pm
Discovery World
$9.00


Sunday, Sep 30th Noon
Discovery World
$9.00


Credited as the inspiration for the Sundance Film Festival, this essential American independent film follows two good ol’ boys striving for their version of the American Dream.
Wigald
(Germany, 2006, 11 min)
New Visions
precedes Cashback
Friday, Sep 28th 9:45pm
UWM Union Theatre
$9.00


Wigald is a starving poet who, comically, can’t kill himself.
Willem Dafoe Film Premiere: Anamorph
(2007, 100 min)
Spotlight Presentations
Friday, Sep 21st 9:30pm
Oriental Theatre Main
$9.00


Detective Stan Aubray (Willem Dafoe) becomes the pawn of a serial killer in this startling and complex crime thriller obsessed with the aesthetics and artistry of a serial murderer.

Woman on the Beach
(South Korea, 2006, 128 min)
World Cinema Fiction
Friday, Sep 21st 9:30pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


Monday, Sep 24th 7:15pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


An exasperated film director juggles relationships and writer’s block at a beach resort in this lyrical, romantic comedy-drama from Korean master Hong Sang-soo.
Wonders Are Many
(USA, 2007, 94 min)
World Cinema Documentary
Friday, Sep 28th 2:30pm
Oriental Theatre 1
$9.00


Sunday, Sep 30th 5:00pm
Discovery World
$9.00


Wonders are Many is both a fascinating story about the making of the atomic bomb and a backstage look at the production of Doctor Atomic, a grand opera that ponders the science of destruction.
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The Yacoubian Building
(Egypt, 2006, 161 min)
World Cinema Fiction
Saturday, Sep 22nd 1:45pm
Times Cinema
$9.00


Monday, Sep 24th 7:45pm
Downer Theatre
$9.00


The Los Angeles Times called this portrait of modern Egypt “nothing short of groundbreaking.”
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