Upcoming Movie Screenings
NOVEMBER 14, 2017
Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, 6pm. Free!
AUGUST 3, 2017
Democracy Convention, University of Minnesota, 310 Anderson, 257 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, 7pm
In the Works (Exact dates TBA)
Spring Green, WI; La Crosse, WI; Ferguson, MO
SPECIAL INTERNET SCREENING OVER LABOR DAY 2017! Watch this space for details.
Past Movie Screenings
JULY 17, 2017
High Noon Saloon, 701A E Washington Ave, Madison, WI; 7pm
JULY 10, 2017
Laborfest, ILWU Local 34, 4 Berry St, San Francisco, CA; 7pm Free!
JUNE 24, 2017
Beloit Public Library, 605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, WI; 2pm. Free!
MAY 9, 2017
Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 E Gorham, Madison, WI; 6:30 pm. This screening is part of a series on nonviolent direct action. It’s free and open to the public.
APRIL 23, 2017
Reel Work labor film fest in Santa Cruz, California. Venue for our film is Resource Center for NonViolence, 612 Ocean St.
APRIL 2, 2017
NOVEMBER 4, 2016
See our film at the Driftless Film Festival in Mineral Point, Wisconsin on Friday, November 4th! The 2016 Driftless Film Fest runs from November 3rd-6th. Festival passes and tickets for individual screenings are available from the Driftless website. Filmmaker will be in attendance for Q & A!
OCTOBER 20, 2016
At the Sundance theater in Hilldale Mall, Madison, Wisconsin. Buy tickets in advance ONLY through Brown Paper Tickets. The Sundance will NOT be selling tickets to our film. If you want to buy tickets at the door, you must bring cash and exact change directly to Auditorium 6 in the Sundance – where our film will be screened. Tickets are $10 each. Filmmaker will be in attendance for Q & A!
SEPTEMBER 16, 2016
A ten-minute clip of our film (with clips from several other films) will be screened at the Fighting Bob Fest kickoff in Madison, Wisconsin.
July 21, 2016 – AUDIENCE REVIEWS AFTER MOVIE PREMIERE
We got a lot of positive audience reviews after our private premiere on July 21st at Sundance Cinema.
Some comments on Facebook and from private emails:
“We cheered, booed, laughed, and cried, reliving the incredible and radicalizing experience of occupying our state capitol…”
“Absolutely spectacular. By far the best representation of the occupation and Uprising that I’ve read/seen/heard. I loved it.”
“The description of the evolving nature of the event, of the different and sometimes contradictory emotions, feelings, political philosophies and political calculation is not only very instructive but remarkably compassionate… It is sad and painful at times but not mean and angry… Thank you for a great work.”
On the lighter side: Best review from a supportive relative who is not really interested in the politics:
“I thought I would be bored. But it held my interest all the way through!”
Family. Gotta love ’em.