The Cream City Foundation is proud to announce its sponsorship of the 29th annual LGBT Milwaukee Film Festival.
The well-known community event both entertains and brings people together in support of LGBT rights.
“The Festival owes a lot to the Cream City Foundation,” said Carl Bogner, director of the festival and an instructor in the film department at University Wisconsin, Milwaukee. “They historically have been one of the festival’s major foundational donors and we’ve always been very fortunate to be doing work that the Foundation deems worthy of supporting.”
The Festival is textured by their wide array of films, including comedy, drama, and even some black-and-white productions. With nearly two dozen screenings—documentaries to short films, narrative features and experimental media—the Festival has it all, and intends to cater these diverse options to their equally diverse audience.
“It’s an edifying community event that entertains and educates, providing true value to residents of Milwaukee,” said Terri Coughlin, interim executive director of the Cream City Foundation. “We’re proud to continue to support the festival.:
This year’s Milwaukee LGBT Film Festival will take place from October 16th– 26th.
Their kick-off event will be held at the Oriental Theater with a viewing of Blackbird, and the UWM Union Theater will host the event throughout the remainder of the festival, which will wrap up with the film 52 Tuesdays.