Why is language and the act of listening so important? How can being politically correct be dangerous?How can listening to others keep you safe? This short documentary addresses these questions and more. Interview with filmmaker Teagen Harr:
Dive in behind the scenes of the Milwaukee Bowling Club where the bond of its members extends beyond the game of bowling. Interview with filmmakers Jenna Daroszewski and Derek Voltz:
Nearly a century after its inception, the iconic rivalry between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears is all knotted up at 94-94-6. Interview with filmmakers Marty LeMense, David Watters and Joel Kananen:
Co-founder Matt Miller reveals the turbulent history and altruistic ambitions of the attic-based concert series turned Milwaukee-area non-profit, ‘Attic Jams.’ Interview with filmmakers Shelby Degroote and Charlie Johnson:
Beavers are returning to the rivers that flow through the city of Milwaukee – but is their presence a welcome comeback? Interview with filmmakers Ed Makowski and Chardanay Hunt:
Leah and Paul are two college students who go about their day to day lives dealing with the highs and lows of having Type 1 Diabetes. Interview with filmmakers Leah Mailloux, Paul Willems and Quin Voet:
J3 studios is a music production house based in Milwaukee, WI. The three 20-year-old owners explain what their personal aspirations are as well as their hopes and dreams for the studio. Interview with filmmaker Maggie Polsean:
A documentary looking at how a very special boy touched the lives of so many in Central Wisconsin.
UW-Milwaukee is among the bottom-performing universities for black students, according to a new study from The Education Trust, a non-profit advocacy organization. Only 21 percent of black students graduate from UWM in six years, the study found. Media Milwaukee reporters talked with students and advisors to find out why. Nia Wilson heard from students and advisors […]
Sixteen UWM Journalism students take a trip to Flint, Michigan to find out how the water is still affecting the people living there, nearly three years after a water crisis was first discovered.
Making it in the music business is tough. A young artistic collective travels to Texas to find out for themselves. Check out interviews with both documentarians below and then follow their fun and interesting road trip. Interview with Brock Daul Interview with Ben Slowey
Working full time, soon to be a father, and being the lead singer of a band, one man from Milwaukee chases the dream of becoming a professional musician. Listen to an interview with the documentarian, Jamal Perry, and then watch the insightful video.
Students are staying up all night, all semester in the UWMSchool of Architecture and Urban Planning in order to receive an A and survive the so-called, “Crit Week.”
A glimpse into a single mother’s experience with autism.
A small glimpse into the heroin epidemic surrounding the Milwaukee area through the account of a young resident recovering from addiction; 25-year-old Alissa Schultz addresses the ups and downs associated with the drug as well as how to find hope in finding a life of sobriety.
UW-Milwaukee student Allison Steines takes a week long vow of silence in memory of her sister Kaitlyn, who was unable to speak for 13 years. Allison and fellow documentarian Stephen Coss discuss the project in the audio interview below. Then watch the powerful documentary.
Student artists from UW-Milwaukee live in elderly care facilities where they put on artistic workshops and build friendships with the residents. Hear more from the documentarians in the podcast below and then watch their amazing video: