2012 Wisconsin Film Festival Film Guide

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First launched in 1999, the Wisconsin Film Festival has brought more than 2,000 films to the heart of Madison, our capital city. The Festival presents the best new independent film (feature, documentary, experimental), world cinema, restorations and rediscoveries, and showcases the work of Wisconsin filmmaking artists. Contact WISCONSIN FILM FESTIVAL 1050 University Ave, Madison, WI 53706 (608) 262-9009; (877) 963-FILM info@wifilmfest.org; wifilmfest.org DURING THE FESTIVAL, see wifilmfest.org or call (877) 963-FILM for updates. For additional questions or emergencies call the Box Office (608) 265-2933.

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The Wisconsin Film Festival is presented by The UW Arts Institute 324 Lathrop Hall 1050 University Ave., Madison, WI 53706 (608) 263-4086 info@arts.wisc.edu • arts.wisc.edu The Arts Institute works to make the arts more visible and effective at UW-Madison. Governed by arts faculty and staff, we represent the collective voice and strength of the arts at the University. The Arts Institute funds and supports projects with university- and community-wide impact, including artists residencies, awards and fellowships, public programs, and arts marketing and outreach. Created in 1998, the Arts Institute grew out of a university Arts Consortium and other collaborative efforts. An “intercollege unit,” the Arts Institute is sponsored by the College of Letters & Science, the School of Education, and the School of Human Ecology.

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DEANS’ COUNCIL: Robin Douthitt, Dean, School of Human Ecology; Julie Underwood, Dean, School of Education; and Gary Sandefur, Dean, College of Letters & Science STAFF: Norma Saldivar, Executive Director; Ken Chraca, Associate Director; Judy Buenzli, Coordinator, Arts Outreach Program; Kate Hewson, Arts Residency Coordinator; Sarah Schaffer, Coordinator, Recording Project; Meg Hamel, Director, Wisconsin Film Festival; and Christina Martin-Wright, Director of Operations and Development, Wisconsin Film Festival EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (2011–2012): Norma Saldivar, Executive Director; Ann Archbold, Theatre & Drama; Thomas Dale, Art History; Wei Dong, Design Studies; David Furumoto, University Theater; Lea Jacobs, Film; Vance Kepley, Communications Arts; Li Chiao-Ping, Dance Department; Tom Loeser, Art Department; Judith Mitchell, English-Creative Writing; Willie Ney, Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives; Russell Panczenko, Chazen Museum of Art; Ralph Russo, Memorial Union; John Stevens, School of Music; and Andrew Taylor, Bolz Center for Arts Administration.

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