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Cramer-Krasselt’s Film Festival

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Cramer-Krasselt, has recently opened new offices in downtown Milwaukee. To preview its spot, the shop is hosting a film festival during the city’s Gallery Night. The agency put out a call for entries and received 60 entries. The staff then narrowed it down to 19 films from 17 filmmakers.

“The 19 films we have chosen show a wide array of talent and composition.” Lucian McAfee, creative manager in C-K’s Milwaukee office. “They range any where from catchy music videos, to thesis statements, to animations, to thesis explorations from some of the MIAD student base.”

If you’re in the area, check out the festival this Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. After the jump, you can see a list of the films to be showcased.

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Local film makers who will be featured at the event include:

Carlo Besasie – “The Cherry Tree.”
Tim Hansen – “I Tell No Lies.”

Theodore Brusubardis – “CD;” “Furnace;” writer Sam Macon – “Shut Ins.”

Shawn Monaghan – “Afghan Diaries.”
Marc Tasman – “East Side Dregs.”

Lisa Gildehaus – “Kill It And Cook It With Larry.”

L.C.Dubec – “T.V.”
Jordan Hansen – “Crown of Tin.”
Jordan Brethauer – “Lets Play.”
Jessica Bayliss – “Furry Revolt.”
Donn Kennedy – “Extinguish.”
Drew Rosas – “Digitata.”
Derek Kimball – “I Want You To Know.”

Bobby Ciraldo, Andrew Swant – “Zombie Killer.”
Annie Killelea – “Faces A.”
Bill Miller – “Compiled Footage.”

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