The Lumberjack, one of the oldest films shot in Wisconsin that still exists in its original, complete form, once again lit up the big screen on October 25th in Wausau, Wisconsin, the city […]
On Saturday, October 18 the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research helped organize Home Movie Day Madison at the Pinney Library. We had great assistance from our partners at […]
In 1948, Ingrid Bergman starred in the film Joan of Arc which was produced by Walter Wanger. This caricature, of Bergman skiing as Joan of Arc, was a gift to […]
Welcome to the first post in the Secrets From the Ziv File section of the WCFTR blog. So just what is the Ziv File?
While in Amsterdam last week for the Orphans Symposium, I had the chance to visit the Anne Frank House and Museum. Words cannot really describe the experience of visiting the […]
I grew up in a family that enjoyed vibrant conversation. Our house was near the main runway at JFK airport in New York City and it was precisely the peak […]
I’m often asked if I have a favorite item in the WCFTR’s collection. I could never single out just one item because I have an ever growing list of favorite […]