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Milwaukee Film Doubles Cash Support for Brico Forward Fund Winners
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Milwaukee Film Doubles Cash Support for Brico Forward Fund Winners

Global filmmakers and local champions recognized at annual Filmmaker Awards Brunch

Milwaukee Film Announce Guests at 10th Annual Festival
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Milwaukee Film Announce Guests at 10th Annual Festival

Oscar winner John Ridley and Emmy winning actress Felicity Huffman to appear on panel in partnership with Nō Studios; Netflix star DeWanda Wise, rapper Speech, and 100+ guests attending the festival

Cream City Cinema Showcases Region’s Diverse Filmmaking Talent
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Cream City Cinema Showcases Region’s Diverse Filmmaking Talent

HBO presents new Cream City Cinema Emerging Voices Award to accelerate a local filmmaker’s career

Haggerty Museum of Art Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary of the Nohl Fellowship Program With Two New Exhibitions
Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fifteenth Funding Cycle
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Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fifteenth Funding Cycle

The Suitcase Export Fund is open to practicing artists residing within the four-county area who want to export their work beyond the area for public display.

Milwaukee’s Film Industry is Bigger Than Beer
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Milwaukee’s Film Industry is Bigger Than Beer

Film industry grew by 10% (2010-2015); double the rate of local economy

Milwaukee Film Announces Full Lineup of Cream City Cinema Program
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Milwaukee Film Announces Full Lineup of Cream City Cinema Program

Popular annual program supports local filmmakers with $12,500 in cash prizes to be awarded. WebsterX, The Fatty Acids, and IshDARR music videos to be a part of shorts showcase

Mary L. Nohl Suitcase Exhibit arrives at MIAD August 21, 2017
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Mary L. Nohl Suitcase Exhibit arrives at MIAD August 21, 2017

The exhibit showcases more than 30 local artists who are garnering international recognition.