But this year the festival, produced by UWM’s Peck School of the Arts, is rewinding back to its roots and presenting a festival that spools out over 11 days. In the words of festival director Carl Bogner, the elongated format will provide patrons with some “temporal elbow room.”
“When you’re concentrated on one weekend,” he says, “it’s possible potential patrons could miss (the festival) altogether.”
The 2014 format is the same one used when the festival began almost 30 years ago. From Oct. 16 through Oct. 26, patrons can choose from a varied mix of cinema and video that includes independent current features and documentaries, as well as selections of classic cinema.
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