WAUKESHA WIZARDRY AT THE PCT

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While the construction limited out audience to about half a theatre full, the Waukesha crowd was by far one of the most engaged and enthusiastic crowds we’ve ever had.  Who knew that four dozen or so people could be so engaged and enthralled as to be one of my favorite showings to date.   Afterwards, … Continue reading

A Part Of Lawrence University History

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We had a fun time screening the film at the amazingly beautiful Lawrence University Warch Center on an even more gorgeous campus that has been a part of Wisconsin since, well before Wisconsin was even a state (1847), though despite it’s founding then, first classes were not held until the fall of 1849. Needless to … Continue reading

Homage To Frank Lloyd Wright

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Well you can’t make a movie with Frank Lloyd Wright in it and not have a showing in the birthplace of such a legend, Richland Center.  So that’s what we did.  It was a fun night despite the democratic party convention down the street stealing half of my audience, but I got to hang with … Continue reading

Manitowoc Moo-vie Magic

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We had a terific time in Manitowoc with over 200 people showing up for the film sreening at the Capitol Civic Centre in Downtown Manitowoc.  What an awesome building and a great event.  When the show started, it was snowing like crazy, but by the time it ended, the sun was out and it was … Continue reading

Wisco Hotels Is So Cheesy (and we love it)

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Wisco Hotel Group, aka, WiscoHotels.com, came up with a terrific promotional campaign this spring to promote both Wisconsin cheese, and Cheeseheads: The Documentary, and we love it.  Thanks to everyone there.  And stay at their hotels whenever in Wisconsin as they are Cheeseheads to the chore just like us. * * *    

The Awe Of Wisconsin Skies

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The Awe Of Wisconsin Skies.  Some of the amazing moments I’ve been able to capture while traveling around Wisconsin the past few months with the film.  I think the beauty of these shots says more about the skies above Wisconsin and good timing than it does about any skill involved.  Note that the third one down … Continue reading

Changing Of The Cars

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Due to maintaining the cars, we’ve swapped out our original Cheeseheads Mobile for another, a GMC Terrain courtesy again of @DonJohnsonAuto (The Don Johnson Auto Group).  And might we say, the new one is just as sweet of a ride, but with a bit of an oomph to it (appearance wise).  Love it, and looking forward to taking … Continue reading

WPR Fun With Joy Cardin

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It took us a while of wrangling, but we were finally able to work out a day to be on WPR’s The Joy Cardin show.  And while getting up at 4:30am is not high on my list of priorities, it was well worth it so be on-air for the 6:00am hour of the show.  Thanks … Continue reading

The Journey Is The Meaning

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What’s the point behind all of this?  Why take five years out of ones’ life to make a film about something deeply intimate and personal?  Because the journey is the meaning!  Without the journey, there would be no point to this film.  Philosophy aside, taking the journey of a lifetime as I did can only … Continue reading

BIFF This, For A Second Time!

MA SOLD OUT Again

Packed the house for a second show at Bushel & Pecks at the Beloit International Film Festival on Sunday the 21st, a matinee screening at that.  I joked that sold out was becoming the new theme of the movie, and our friends at BIFF seemed to agree (see the sign below).  This has been a … Continue reading

Getting Up Before Sunrise To Be On WKOW (Madison)

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Being scheduled for a 6:15 am call time is one of those things that comes with the territory, so I was up before the sunrise (thank you, farmers. you do it all the time) to be on WKOW ABC 27 in Madison.  And while it was way too early for my usual, it was still … Continue reading

BIFF’ing It Up In Beloit

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Our opening night showing sold out at the Beloit International Film Festival, but better than that was having Wisconsin Secretary of Tourism and humorist Stephanie Klett give the opening statements on the film for the packed out audience.  Loved it as she is in the film, but also because she is the epitome of everything … Continue reading

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