Union: Union Theatre
Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 7pm - FREE!
When a computer programmer is put in charge of making a computer game of the battle of Okinawa, Japan, she works hard in an attempt to better understand the battle. As Level Five unfolds however, it becomes apparent that the world may not have changed as much as we have thought since the bloodiest war in history devastated the world.
Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 4:15pm - FREE!
After a global economic collapse, a hardened loner pursues the men who stole his only possession, his car. After capturing one of the criminals responsible, a shaky alliance forms as they embark to recover the stolen car, proving that in the wake of tragedy, the only law is that is that it is every man is for himself.
Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 7pm - FREE!
Milwaukee Premiere! In a northern Chinese village where the “one-child policy” is heavily enforced despite under population, a cat-and-mouse game ensues with the local enforcers trying to sterilize women of the village with more than one child as the women rebel in the hopes of creating a larger family. Mothers is gripping and a “bold work of cinematic journalism” –Libertas Film Magazine.
Thur. Oct. 16 - Sun. Oct. 26 - Prices Vary
After Opening Night at the Oriental Theatre, the Festival returns to the UWM Union Theatre for 10 consecutive days, unfurling a parade of narrative features, documentaries, experimental media, and shorts. This year’s titles will include Abdellah Taïa’s Salvation Army; Sophie Hyde’s 52 Tuesdays; Madeleine Olnek’s The Foxy Merkins; Patrik-Ian Polk’s Blackbird; Desiree Akhavan’s Appropriate Behavior; Hong Khaou’s Lilting; Nancy Kates’s Regarding Susan Sontag; Joaquim Pinto’s What Now? Remind Me; Stefan Haupt’s The Circle; blair dorosh-walther’s Out in the Night; Eytan Fox’s Cupcakes; and more! For complete schedule and ticket information see arts.uwm.edu/lgbtfilm or email lgbt email@example.com