1. Collaborative Cinema Documentary (long version)

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    Documentary of the Milwaukee Film's Collaborative Cinema program in 2010, created by doc|UWM. This year's winning screenplay, Spare Change, was written by Alexis Daubner. An educational program of Milwaukee Film, Collaborative Cinema’s goal is to teach high school students the skills of screenwriting and filmmaking and help to support and grow the local film industry. We bring professional filmmakers and local college film students to Milwaukee area high school classrooms to engage students with a series of Storytelling and Filmmaking Workshops. Students from these two series are then invited to participate in a largescale Screenwriting Workshop, where professional writers and filmmakers show the students how to turn their movie idea into a screenplay. Selected students then move to the next round and work one-on-one with a professional director and producer to submit a final draft. Finally, one screenplay is chosen to be made into a movie. More information at: http://www.milwaukee-film.org/collaborative-cinema

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    • Ross Nugent: Artist Portrait

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      Artist Portraits are brief documentaries of instructors and students from the Peck School of the Arts . The project was originally designed as an exercise to help doc|UWM students get used to our equipment and to practice the art of documentary filmaking. The first series was produced in the Spring of 2008 and the results were quite successful. Now, many of doc|UWM’s larger projects start with teams of students honing their craft by documenting a sampling of the talented artists that populate theUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Made By: Student filmmakers: Chloe Arbiture, Sean Bannier, Jacob Feiring Producer and Instructor: Ryan Sarnowski Spring 2009

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      • Home

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        Young Jewish Filmmakers project in collaboration with Jewish Teen Coalition.

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        • Feminista

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          During the 2005-2006 School Year, student filmmakers from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee followed 4 Wisconsin Campus Compact student fellows as they undertook projects that engaged the local community. FEMINISTA observes as Jacque grapples with her desire to be more civic minded. Jacque grew up in Mexico where she witnessed poverty and political corruption. Today, as a young college aged woman in Wisconsin she fears that her age and her gender may prevent her from being taken seriously in the political arena. "What's your Story: Young People Take On the Challenges of Civic Life" are short videos designed to help start conversations about students' attitudes and perceptions regarding service, politics, and citizenship. Student Filmmakers: Kelsi Stoehr, Rachel Wiederhoeft

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          • Water Docs: Hector Bravo

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            Part of a "Water Docs" series through UWM's documentary center doc|UWM.

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            • Collaborative Cinema Documentary (short version)

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              Documentary of the Milwaukee Film's Collaborative Cinema program in 2010, created by doc|UWM. This year's winning screenplay, Spare Change, was written by Alexis Daubner. An educational program of Milwaukee Film, Collaborative Cinema’s goal is to teach high school students the skills of screenwriting and filmmaking and help to support and grow the local film industry. We bring professional filmmakers and local college film students to Milwaukee area high school classrooms to engage students with a series of Storytelling and Filmmaking Workshops. Students from these two series are then invited to participate in a largescale Screenwriting Workshop, where professional writers and filmmakers show the students how to turn their movie idea into a screenplay. Selected students then move to the next round and work one-on-one with a professional director and producer to submit a final draft. Finally, one screenplay is chosen to be made into a movie. More information at: http://www.milwaukee-film.org/collaborative-cinema

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              • David Busse's Reel

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                Music: Mortgage Freeman - Dinopowa The Fatty Acids - Hiroshima Projects (In Order of Appearance) Doc UWM Animation - Designer/Animator Mortgage Freeman Documentary - One of four Camera Operators and Editor Spare Change - Director (that scene only), Director of Photography Paying Back Jay - Writer/Director/Director of Photography/Editor Sherwin Meets Palloff - Writer/Director/Director of Photography/Animator/Editor Dichotomy - Writer/Director/Camera/Editor The Defense - Key Grip/Editor (Though, I did shoot the outside scene) Present Music - Camera Operator/Editor Taylor and Drew - Writer/Director/Director of Photography/Editor Jonah - Director of Photography Mortgage Freeman Documentary - One of four Camera Operators and Editor Home on Wheels - Writer/Director/Director of Photography/Editor

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                • Joe Sacco: Artist Portrait

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                  Artist Portraits are brief documentaries of instructors and students from the Peck School of the Arts . The project was originally designed as an exercise to help doc|UWM students get used to our equipment and to practice the art of documentary filmaking. The first series was produced in the Spring of 2008 and the results were quite successful. Now, many of doc|UWM’s larger projects start with teams of students honing their craft by documenting a sampling of the talented artists that populate theUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Made By: Student Filmmakers: Dee Griffin, William Olsen, Alex Youngen Producer and Instructor: Ryan Sarnowski Spring 2009

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                  • Water Docs: Dan Zitomer

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                    Part of a "Water Docs" series through UWM's documentary center doc|UWM.

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                    • Trapper Schoepp & The Shades - Cream City Soundcheck

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                      Trapper sits down to talk about his music and play a few songs with his band and some close friends. Out on the town, he gets lost in Downtown books while he and his brother discuss the charms of living in a little big city like Milwaukee. The band: www.facebook.com/trapperschoepp Places visited: Downtown Books - http://www.downtownbooksonline.com/ About: Cream City Soundcheck is a musical documentary series created by students of UW-Milaukee in collaboration with the Pabst Group. Each video features bands exploring Milwaukee's unique cultural landscape and performing at historic venues throughout the city. Designed as a way for film students to learn professional documentary skills through creative and practical application, the production of Cream City Sound Check is overseen by doc|UWM - the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's documentary center, house inside the Peck School of the Arts Film Department. Our website: http://www.creamcitysoundcheck.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/creamcitysoundcheck Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/creamctysoundck Catch up on our blog http://creamcitysoundcheck.tumblr.com/ doc|UWM doc|UWM is the documentary media center in UWM's Peck School of the Arts - Film Department that bridges academics with real world experience and gives students the unique opportunity to work on professional productions before graduating. Students and affiliated faculty collaborate on short form videos that raise awareness about a variety of contemporary political and social issues as well as feature-length documentaries for public television broadcast and boundary-defying projects. doc|UWM website: http://www.docuwm.com Like doc|UWM on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/docUWM Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/docUWM Catch up on the doc|UWM blog http://docuwm.wordpress.com/

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