Jeramey Jannene
Milwaukee Film Festival

The Milwaukee Music Video Show

See the convergence of Milwaukee's film and music scenes. First in a series of previews.

By - Sep 22nd, 2016 04:53 pm
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Direct Hit - Was it The Acid

Direct Hit – Was it The Acid

The Milwaukee Film Festival kicks off tonight with the much-hyped Life, Animated film. And while your choice of what to see is simple (there is only one film showing), chaos will ensue tomorrow as showings start running at five different theaters. One showing worthy of your attention is the The Milwaukee Music Video Show.

Running Friday night only, the collection of music videos highlights the intersection of Milwaukee’s emerging film and music communities. The music video showcase is an offshoot of The Milwaukee Show, the festival showcase of locally-made shorts that itself is now a two-night event.

See you at the Oriental Theatre for a rare chance to see local music on the big screen.

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Song List

Trapper Schoepp – Settlin’ or Sleepin’ Around
WC Tank – 27th and National
WebsterX – Lately
Lex Allen – Cream & Sugar
Lorde Fredd33 – SOS
Maritime – Roaming Empire
Rio Turbo – 20/20 (Dashcam Remix)
Serengeti – Doctor My Own Patience
Group of the Altos – Coplights
Devil Met Contention – Used to Be
Direct Hit – Was it The Acid?
The Drowning Dreamers Band – Frayed Bridge to Dying Star
Fabrian James & Treyy G – See You
Fox Face – Teenage Wiccan
Busdriver – Much
Canopies – Getting Older

Milwaukee Film Says…

For those about to watch Milwaukee rock, we salute you: the local film and music scenes combine in a gorgeous collision for The Milwaukee Music Video Show, a celebration of the myriad art talent our community has to offer. Diverse artists (Webster X, Maritime, Group of the Altos, Lex Allen) combine with a vast array of visual techniques (live action, animation, experimental) to showcase the best and brightest across multiple disciplines.

Showtimes

Runtime

66 minutes

Tickets

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