KTQ Retrospective

Saturday, October 1, 2011 4:00 pm

Kenilworth Square East 316
Milkwaukee, WI

Panelists will discuss the role of media in union organizing, what really happens in collective bargaining and the direction of unions today. Screenings of two Kartemquin Films labor documentaries—The Last Pullman Car and Taylor Chain II — will follow this panel. Clips from Milwaukee filmmaker Brad Lichtenstein’s forthcoming film, As Goes Janesville (being made in association with Kartemquin), will also be shown. The panel is part of the Milwaukee Film Festival's tribute to Kartemquin Films. Get more information.

Saturday, October 1, 2011 12:00 pm

Kenilworth Square East 316
Milwaukee , WI

Gordon Quinn, Justine Nagan, and Naomi Walker, current coordinator of Chicago's Community Cinema program and former outreach director for Cinema/Chicago, will participate in a panel discussion about the importance of blending old-school outreach with new-school social media engagement. The panel is part of the Milwaukee Film Festival's tribute to Kartemquin Films. Get more information.

Monday, September 26, 2011 7:00 pm

Kenilworth Square East 508
1925 E Kenilworth Pl
Milwaukee, WI

American Arab director Usama Alshaibi will shows clips from the film and participate in a panel discussion with Affnan Mohammed and Arab-American studies expert Dr. Louise Cainkar (Marquette University). The panel is part of the Milwaukee Film Festival's tribute to 45 years of Kartemquin Films. Get more information.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 4:15 pm

North Shore Cinema
11700 North Port Washington Road
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The Interrupters screens as part of the Milkwaukee Film Festival's tribute to Kartemquin Films. Get more information.

Saturday, September 24, 2011 7:00 pm

Oriental Theater
2230 North Farwell Avenue
Milwaukee, WI

The Interrupters screens as part of the Milkwaukee Film Festival's tribute to Kartemquin Films. The screening will be followed by a Q&A at 9:05. Filmmakers and subjects of the film will be in attendance. Get more information.

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