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Milwaukee Film is a nonprofit organization established in July of 2008. Milwaukee Film's mission is to create a film festival in Milwaukee that is locally beloved, internationally acclaimed, and a true forum for our diverse community; to offer year-round education programs for all ages, teaching the role and power of film in the modern media landscape; and to provide strategic support to filmmakers and projects. Milwaukee Film's 12 full-time and 2 part-time staff members work year-round to plan, program, and market the annual film festival and rely on over 100 seasonal staff, 4 interns, and 300 volunteers to execute the festival.


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2016 Milwaukee Film Festival Call for Entries Now Open

2016 Milwaukee Film Festival Call for Entries Now Open
Festival Offers to Pay for All Work Screened; Free Entry for All Films; $27,000 in Cash Prizes Promised

MILWAUKEE – Tuesday, February 23, 2016 – Milwaukee Film is now accepting entries for the 8th annual Milwaukee Film Festival, Sept. 22 – Oct. 6, 2016. Works of all genres, forms, and lengths will be considered. The deadline for all entries is Wednesday, June 8. The festival is in its fifth year of offering free submission for all films and, for the second consecutive year, Milwaukee Film will offer to pay for all work that is screened in the festival.

Milwaukee Film’s Artistic and Executive Director Jonathan Jackson said, “In the film festival world, it’s surprisingly rare to pay the filmmakers whose work you screen. We’re excited to take a stand for filmmakers. Could you imagine major theater, ballet, or orchestra companies not paying the artists who perform in their shows?”

“The Milwaukee Film Festival dedicates tremendous resources to artist sustainability. They have no submission fee, they pay for the content, and they travel and house the artists. They even provide a place they can have meals together each day. It’s one of the most supportive festivals in the country!” said Emily Best, founder and CEO of Seed&Spark (seedandspark.com), a nationally-recognized platform for filmmakers to grow their audiences at every stage.

The Milwaukee Film Festival offers additional support to filmmakers in the form of cash awards. New in 2016, a $5,000 cash award will be given to the best music video in The Milwaukee Music Video Show. Half of this award will be given to the video’s director while the other half will be given to the featured musical act. The following juried cash awards will also be presented, with additional possible awards to be announced prior to the festival:

  • Herzfeld Competition Award ($10,000)
  • Cream City Cinema Jury Award ($5,000)
  • Documentary Jury Award ($5,000)
  • Shorter is Better Award ($1,000)
  • Kids Choice Short Film Award ($1,000)

In addition, there will be two non-juried audience awards, presented by Allan H. (Bud) and Suzanne L. Selig.

The entry form and complete information regarding eligibility for the 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival Call for Entries is available at http://mkefilm.org/call-for-entries. Questions about submissions may be directed to entry@mkefilm.org.

Both hi-res and web-friendly photos (as well as photo credits) can be downloaded here:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7jay0w1mmr7e3ct/AACEOJZyr1oH4WSGTTBu79-0a?dl=0

The 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival runs September 22 – October 6. Passes and ticket 6-packs go on sale in May, with the best prices available to Milwaukee Film Members. For information on how to become a Member, visithttp://mkefilm.org/membership.

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About the Milwaukee Film Festival
More than 70,855 people attended the 2015 film festival, which screened 304 films and boasted 77 sold-out screenings. Among the lineup were award-winning films such as Cartel LandEmbrace of the SerpentThe Look of SilenceThe Russian WoodpeckerTheeb, and Youth as well as special event screenings: the silent film classic, Safety Last!, with live musical accompaniment by organist Scott Foppiano, and the classic music documentary, Stop Making Sense, which turned into a 500-person dance party for the third year in a row.

More than 260 filmmakers and industry professionals were in attendance for last year’s festival, including Emmy-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson (The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution), 2012 Olympic gold medalist in women’s boxing Claressa Shields (T-Rex), John Ashton (Uncle John), Raven-Symoné (A Girl Like Grace), Nicola Costantino (Nicola Costantino: The Artefacta), Barry Crimmins (Call Me Lucky), James Redford (Paper Tigers), Jeremy Coon (Raiders!), and Chicago Tribune critic Michael Phillips.

About Milwaukee Film
Mission: To entertain, educate, and engage our community through cinematic experiences.

Visit mkefilm.org for information on the film festival, the organization, membership, special events, and to sign up for the weekly email newsletter. Connect with Milwaukee Film on Facebook (facebook.com/MilwaukeeFilm), Twitter (@mkefilm), and Instagram (@mkefilm).

About the Milwaukee Film Board of Directors
Milwaukee Film’s independent board is made up of the following members: Chris Abele (Past President); John P. Bania; Donna Baumgartner; Dr. Robert M. Davis; Michael Drescher; Karen Ellenbecker; Jeff Fitzsimmons; Alexander P. Fraser; Cecelia Gore; Bill Haberman (Past President); Carmen Haberman; Susan Haise; Katie Heil; Patti Keating Kahn; Michael G. Klein; Michael J. Koss Jr.; Tracey L. Klein (President); Kenneth C. Krei; Mary Ann LaBahn; Alexander Lasry; Steve Laughlin (Past President); Emilia Layden; Marianne Lubar; Sara Meaney; Steve Mech; Barry Poltermann; Bob Pothier; Joseph A. Rock; Mark Sabljak; Lacey Sadoff; Dave Stamm; Julia Taylor; John Utz. Emeritus members: Tom Barrett, Jacqueline Strayer.

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