Wisconsin Historical Museum Event

Moo This! Join the Wisconsin Historical Museum for a screening of “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, John Mitchell. Pre-Show Meet & Greet – 5:30 pm – Have a question about Wisconsin life that you’d like to ask John Mitchell one-on-one? Want to get your copy of the documentary signed? Get … Continue reading

Seymour Hamburger Museum Show

We’ll be having a fun summer event at the “Home Of The Hamburger” in Seymour on July 20th, at the Seymour Historical Museum.  Show time is 7:00pm, but join us early for some snacks and great conversation. * * *    

An Evening At The Oxbow

Gotta love The Oxbow Hotel for all of its neat little things that make it special.  They call them boutique hotels.  Unique would also describe it.  One of the best things about The Oxbow are the record players in each room (see photos), and a decent library of LP’s in the lobby.  Oh, and the … Continue reading

Shell Lake Arts Center Event

Join us for the Shell Lake Arts Center showing of the documentary on April 1st, 2017.  No, this is not an April Fools Day joke, and yes, that tiny town in Northwest Wisconsin does have an arts center as it is quite the artistic, art driven town.  Hope to see you there. * * * … Continue reading

Available Now Everywhere (Well Almost)!

We are proud to say that “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” is now available at all of the following platforms listed below (and several others), so buy your digital copy today, or head to Amazon.com and purchase the DVD (BluRay available in the near future). * * *

Alice In Dairyland At The Neville

We did a couple of screenings at the Neville Museum in Green Bay in honor of the 70th Alice In Dairyland celebration.  Had a lot of fun with Alice, Chester, and all of the terrific people at the Neville Museum.  Plus there was plenty of Nueske’s meat snacks to go around, so it was a … Continue reading

No JJ Watts, But Lots Of Comfort

We had scheduled a show the weekend of the Texans game at Lambeau Field, but despite JJ Watts not playing as he was out for the season on injured reserve (the biggest reason for that weekend), we went ahead and had lots of fun with Chester, the staff at Comfort Suites, and the great people … Continue reading

WAUKESHA WIZARDRY AT THE PCT

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

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

Three Is The Magic Number

The third and final show of BIFF went over smashingly well, selling out even bigger than the first two, and to a lot of people from Illinois who turned out to be proud Cheeseheads as well.  BIFF 2016 was a terrific experience and I’m proud to have been a part of it. Now onto the … Continue reading