Bad Candy follows local Halloween stories of both myth and lessons learned in the community of New Salem. With its annual Psychotronic FM Halloween show, re-enactment radio DJs Chilly Billy and Paul weave the tales of the supernatural of years gone by. In this small town it’s a grimy ending for most, but will a few good souls survive?
A short contemplative documentary on beekeeper Charlie Koenen and the importance of urban beekeeping.
In a rapidly gentrifying city, the construction of a luxury condominium threatens a local mural forcing the artists and a neighborhood to rally to protect its history, voice, and land.
This documentary is about youth mental health, a critical issue in our state and across the country. It is based on the "Kids in Crisis" series by reporter Rory Linnane from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY Network. The film features four young diverse individuals who talk candidly about their mental health challenges and journeys in order to help others speak up and get help. Their stories are heartbreaking but their messages are courageous and inspiring.
Covid 19 hits a small Wisconsin dairy town hard even though not a single case of the virus was recorded in the city. Over the course of four months, see how the pandemic took its toll economically, socially and emotionally during a time when this community was about to celebrate its 150th Anniversary.
What will it take to cure your most dreaded disease? How about the ability to wrangle with family.
Three women at high risk for Alzheimer's disease offer their brains and bodies to a medical study. After the deaths of their mothers, these daughters are determined to contribute to the search for a cure. This is the latest fight against Alzheimer's - by those with a very personal stake in the battle.
Based on a true story. Stephen, a young man with Down’s Syndrome wishes to break free from his caring but over-protective mother and celebrate his 18th birthday in the way that he chooses.
A newly married woman lives with her in-laws while her husband works in the neighboring country, Greece.
One day he discovers a corpse and the whole small town faces in a battle to get coverage on national television.
The Meaning of Tea is an engaging and whimsical documentary film that explores the romance and complexities surrounding tea, a universally beloved and widely consumed beverage. Along with offering poignant glimpses at the deeper character of tea, the film sheds light on its many varieties, whose value, use, practices, and traditions are sometimes misunderstood, neglected, and even threatened by today's marketplace.
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.