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Arts & Culture
3:24 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

'The Dissolve' Keeps Film Criticism Professional, Even Online

The Dissolve is an online film criticism site based in Chicago.
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Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews editorial director Keith Phipps and editor Scott Tobias, of the film "The Dissolve."

The 2013 Milwaukee Film Festival kicks off tonight, offering a representative mix of films produced these days, from the shorts and animation to the full-length blockbusters in their 35mm glory.

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Arts & Culture
12:25 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

12 Fall Flicks Not to Miss

The great movie line-up and the smell of popcorn will be bringing many people to movie theaters this fall.
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Lake Effect film contributor Dave Luhrssen reveals his top picks among fall films.

After a summer of what he calls "Dumb and Dumber” movies, film critic David Luhrssen is looking forward to fall's film line-up.

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Arts & Culture
2:45 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

Finding Meaning at Burning Man

The Burning Man effigy
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews director and producer Julie Pifher.

Please note: This interview originally aired on July 10, 2013.

For a week every year, tens of thousands of people descend on a usually vacant spot in the Nevada desert for a festival that is equal parts performance art, philosophy, and party.

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Arts & Culture
11:20 am
Fri August 23, 2013

Sean Astin 'Communed with Lake Michigan' While Filming Movie 'The Surface'

Current movie poster for "The Surface"
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews actor Sean Astin.

Actor Sean Astin finds a new appreciation for the Great Lakes as he makes a movie in Milwaukee.

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Arts & Culture
5:38 pm
Fri July 12, 2013

The Surface Movie: A Story of Milwaukee and Hope

Lake Michigan plays a crucial role in an upcoming film.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews filmmakers Gil Cates, Jr. and Jeff Gendelman.

Milwaukee has done a lot to attract different water-related industries to the region to take advantage of the Great Lakes. 

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