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The Wisconsin Veterans Museum presents:

DISPLACED: Europe 1945-46 by Maxine Rude

FREE ADMISSION Wisconsin Veterans Museum and Research Center on the Capitol Square 30 W. Mifflin St. Madison, WI 53703 608.267.1799

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is an activity of the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.

‘The Lonesome Organist’

Entertaining Movie Lovers For Over 35 Years! Writers Seminar Sat, Apr 3, 1pm, 1h30, Tripp Commons PRICE NOTE: Free. SEATING ON A FIRST-COME BASIS Featured screenwriters and writer/directors — including Lone Scherfig (Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself), Ryan Eslinger (Madness and Genius) and Bertha Bay-Sa Pan (Face) — will discuss writing and developing their projects. Moderated by Kathie Fong Yoneda (The Script-Selling Game: A Hollywood Insider’s Look at Getting Your Script Sold and Produced). Series: Insider; Sponsor: Wisconsin Screenwriters Forum PARTICIPANTS: Danish writer/director Lone

Scherfig, whose beguiling romantic comedy Italian for Beginners (2000) became the most commercially successful of all Dogme films, is at the Wisconsin Film Festival with her new film Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself. She started work in television and in features focusing on children, and her award-winning films have been featured in prestigious festivals including Berlin, Kathie Fong New Directors/New Yoneda Films, New York and Toronto. Ryan Eslinger, recently nominated for the “Someone to Watch” Award at the 2004 IFP Independent Spirit Awards, wrote, directed (and edited, produced, and scored) his debut feature Madness and Genius which he has been working on since age 13. Madness and Genius won the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize in Science and Technology at the Hamptons Film Festival and was featured at the 2004 Slamdance film festival. Face is the debut feature for writer/ director Bertha Bay-Sa Pan. Born in New Jersey and raised in Taiwan, Pan received MFA in Film from Columbia University. Her short film Face (from which the feature is adapted) won numerous awards including the Director’s Guild Award for “Best Asian American Student Filmmaker,” People’s Choice Award at Memphis Black Writers Conference and Southern Film Festival, and Polo Ralph Lauren Award for Best Screenplay. Moderator Kathie Fong Yoneda specializes in story analysis and development (for bio, see “As Time Goes By: Reflections of a Hollywood Insider.”)



Two Large Auditoriums - DTS Digital Sound All Natural Popcorn With Real Butter & Gourmet Flavored Toppings Close To The U.W. Campus, Just Off University Avenue, Located In The Hilldale Shopping Center

702 North Midvale Boulevard - Madison

(608) 238-0206

Visit the Elvehjem Museum of Art... one of the nation’s leading university art museums, with a reputation for fine exhibitions and receptions, insightful programs, and arts activities for all ages.



Elvehjem Museum of Art

800 University Avenue 608-263-2246 FREE ADMISSION Tuesday-Friday 9 AM -5 PM Saturday-Sunday 11 AM -5 PM • Closed Mon.

Take a 3-D Break at Your Museums on the Square... WISCONSIN HISTORICAL MUSEUM 30 N. Carroll Street

100 State Street

Tues-Sat 9-4

Tues-Fri 9-4, Sat & Sun 9-5


Profile for Wisconsin Film Festival

2004 Wisconsin Film Festival Film Guide  

2004 Wisconsin Film Festival Film Guide  


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