Union: Union Theatre
Wednesday, March 25 at 3:30pm AND Saturday, March 28 at 9pm - FREE!
Humanity was born on Earth, it was never meant to die here. Interstellar brings a terrifyingly realistic future to life when the world begins to run out of food. In a last ditch effort to save humanity, four scientists venture out into space to save us by finding a planet capable of becoming our new home in this mind bending adventure. Nominated for five Academy Awards.
Wednesday, March 25 at 7pm - FREE!
Milwaukee Premiere! Filmed over a decade, Magical Universe centers on the reclusive artist Al Carbee, who spends most of his days in his Maine household creating works of art – mostly featuring Barbie dolls in elaborate dioramas. Capturing both Carbee’s unique art style as well as the history of his passion, Magical Universe chronicles the decade long journey of one artist to his greatest artistic triumph.
Thursday, March 26 at 7pm - FREE!
In 1975, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s films had greatly defined the midnight movie phenomenon. Setting his sights on the great sci-fi novel Dune for his next film, Jodorowsky sought to change the genre forever. After being stalled and ultimately cancelled, Jodorowsky had created, in effect, the greatest sci-fi movie never made. This is a unique chance to see a piece of his vision, up on the big screen, 40 years later. Cannes Film Festival favorite, 2013
Friday, March 27 at 7pm, Saturday, March 28 at 5pm, AND Sunday, March 29 at 5pm - FREE!
Milwaukee Premiere! On the run from an assassin, international superstar Bené and his manager Beefy hide out very subtly in Los Angeles, eating éclairs, honing their defense skills, and singing songs as they await their ultimate showdown with death. “Wacky doesn't even begin to describe the finished product” – Marc Savlov Austin Chronicle
Friday, March 27 at 9pm, Saturday, March 28 at 7pm, AND Sunday, March 29 at 7pm - $6 General/ $5 Faculty/ Free for Students
Milwaukee Premiere! A look at the process of making a film without seeing the film being made. When Evening Falls on Bucharest focuses on the interactions between the director Paul, and his lead actress and momentary girlfriend, Magda. When the camera is not rolling they form a meticulously crafted film about a film through the lens of a camera behind the camera.