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Musically Inclined Kicking off with Festival Express on opening night, this series trips from Janis Joplin and The Band to traditional Klezmer music, punk, new wave, hip-hop, one-man bands, and rap as lyrical social protest by indigenous peoples around the world.

Sponsors: Wisconsin Film Office, Eastman Kodak Company, WUD Film Committee

PROGRAMS 5 for 1: Episodes 1 & 2 The Adventures of Mad Matt Animation by Katie Wang Breakfast on the Run Chaza Show Choir Clique Clash: Standing Alone Dancing Vulture Animated Short Dateline: Zack Mar- Pohl A Day in the Life of Leeana Death A Definition of Hip-Hop El Dorko The Drunk Squirrel Duct Tape Fakers Fulton Fish Market Gas ‘N Fuel Employee Training Video #4A: Makin’ It Happen! The Glass Bottle Greeting Card Writer Have a Nice Day Hip Hop Homos I’m Bobby Interference Ken: Story of a Western Drifter Memories Men’s Hockey The Muffin My Life By Water Not Color Blind, Just Near- Sighted Old Night Perils in Nude Modeling The Price of Freedom Six Feet The Story of Matt Student Film Program I: Narrative Student Film Program II: Experimental/Documentary Threads of Belonging

The Adventures of Mad Matt (Fri, Apr 2, 7pm; and Sat, Apr 3, 11am).

‘Wisconsin’s Own’ features nationally acclaimed, emerging and student filmmakers, with many films in competition. Discover the best films Wisconsin has to offer. Tony Hawk Volcom Amateurs When Dreaming When the World Runs Fast Why Not a Sparrow Winter’s Muse Wisconsin’s Own Shorts I: Documentary, Experimental, Narrative Wisconsin’s Own (and Other) Shorts II: Comedy Wisconsin’s Own Shorts III: Documentary Wisconsin’s Own Shorts IV: Experimental Documentaries Words of Youthful Hope The Yes Men Young Visions and Voices

Insider For filmmakers. Filmgoers. Anyone who is interested in what goes on behind the scenes, behind the camera, and in the minds of writers and filmmakers. PROGRAMS As Time Goes By: Reflections of a Hollywood Insider Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin Coffehouse Discussion with Documentary Producers Lisa Heller and Mark Samels Getting it Made, Getting it Seen: Documentary Production, Funding and Programming IFC Ultimate Film Fanatic Trivia Challenge The Indie Film and Talent Manager Indies, Festivals and the Presentation of Cinema in the USA To the Best of Our Knowledge-Live Writers Seminar

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WISCONSIN FILM FESTIVAL ★ MADISON ★ APRIL 1-4, 2004 ★ WWW.WIFILMFEST.ORG ★ 877.963.FILM

PROGRAMS Afro-Punk: The “Rock ‘n Roll Nigger” Experience Festival Express Hip Hop Homos Klezmer on Fish Street Let Me Be Your Band The Lonesome Organist Live Performance Ngatahi: Know the Links Nightclubbing: New York Punk and New Wave, 1975 -1980, Part I & Part II When the World Runs Fast

Documentary In the last 20 years, American audiences have flocked to non-fiction films and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Documentaries address relevant issues, bring the past into focus, and present personal dramas that are every bit as complex and engrossing as those in fictional films. This year, the Festival presents a special focus on documentaries and non-fiction filmmakers from the United States and around the world. Klezmer on Fish Street co-sponsored by Hillel at the UW-Madison, the Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies, and the University Book Store. Selected programs presented in partnership with Wisconsin Public Television.

PROGRAMS The Adventures of Mad Matt Afro-Punk: The “Rock ‘n Roll Nigger” Experience The Agronomist Alma Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin Coffehouse Discussion with Documentary Producers Lisa Heller and Mark Samels The Corporation Divan Festival Express The Fight Forget Baghdad Freestyle Getting it Made, Getting it Seen: Documentary Production, Funding and Programming Human Shield I Promise Africa Jockey Ken: Story of a Western Drifter Klezmer on Fish Street The Legend of Leigh Bowery Let Me Be Your Band Model Prisoner My Life By Water Ngatahi: Know the Links Ocularist One Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevich The Other Final

Filmmaker Pearl Gluck’s Divan (Sun, Apr 4, 3pm).

A Panther in Africa Patriots Day The Price of Freedom Refugee S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine Saigon, USA Slasher Stone Reader Stories Untold: Memories of Korean War Survivors The Watershed Welcome to Anatevka Wet Sand: Voices from LA Who I Became Whole The World Is Watching The World Stopped Watching The Yes Men

Restorations & Revivals Archival prints, restorations and special re-releases. PROGRAMS Destino Eyes Without a Face


2004 Wisconsin Film Festival Film Guide