Set against the vibrant and colorful backdrop of developing West African countries, Circle of Defense (COD) is a short format documentary about the ongoing fight to eradicate polio and other preventable, life-threatening diseases and how that health infrastructure should be maintained to task shift to other infectious outbreaks, such as Ebola. Polio and Ebola-survivors in the film drive home this urgent need.
A Chinese folktale, animated and retold by the 2018-19 fourth grade classes at Crestwood Elementary school in Madison WI. The students wrote the script, drew the storyboards, acted out the voice parts, and did the animation in art class, while the fifth graders composed and performed the score across the hall in the music room.
Grab a mug and park your can. In the heart of Packerland, it's brews and B.S. with Pat Rowland at Calumet Brewing. Ein prosit!
Giving us a taste of the town’s rather unique flavor, Pat has the stories, the brew, and the booming laugh all rolled into one. Rough around the edges and telling it like it is, he’s both full of life and full of it, as the hard-working craft creator, fisherman, entrepreneur, and wild game chef that he is.
A wild ride of adventure through the air, across rugged landscapes, on and under the water, through a secret underworld, and across time itself to explore and decipher ancient clues of archaeology, paleontology, geology, and biology of the Driftless Region, with its captivating scenic beauty
One-liner: A Japanese-American high school student spars with his father while forging a close bond with two social outcasts — one of whom is bullied because he is gay, while the other claims she is being followed by a spirit.
Ted Goeden is a spritely octogenerian with over 70 years under his belt as a professional tuba player. He's an engaging story teller and has had an interesting life full of adventure and meaningful interactions including playing in numerous polka and dixieland bands, serving on a Navy aircraft carrier during the Korean war, performing in large parades in NY, owning several businesses and never missing the opportunity to help others. This is his story.
A story of loss turns into a season of triumph when the Cambridge High football players head to the championships in this touching documentary of a community's efforts to heal after the death of a close friend and teammate Dustin "Dozer" Zuelsdorf.
The athlete and his partially-deaf coach who revolutionized track and field by inventing two key techniques in the late 1800's, and the controversial Olympics that followed.
City Swim is a short documentary that chronicles the first open river swim in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 75+ years. The film celebrates the renewed health of the Milwaukee River while telling the stories of the swimmers who participated in this historic swim.
Two buddies go to the premiere of the latest horror flick but woe to those who talk during the movie.