The Wisconsin Film Festival is presented by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Arts Institute in association with the Department of Communication Arts. Founded in 1999, the Festival presents 150 films in seven theaters over eight days in April. See the 2014 film guide.

There are three ways to get your tickets for the 2014 Wisconsin Film Festival: online, by phone, and in-person. For further information, check out our Box Office and Ticket Q&A, or see our print-friendly Film Guide (pdf).


Apr 22nd, 2014

Self-Reliant Film » Blog Archive » Sabbatical (Brandon Colvin, 2014)

One WFF filmmaker reviews another: here's Paul Harrill (SOMETHING, ANYTHING) on Brandon Colvin's SABBATICAL.

Apr 21st, 2014

Film Festival Soccer Dad

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Apr 20th, 2014

The Final Member is surprisingly moving—for a doc about a penis museum

The world is catching up with LAST YEAR'S festival