Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things

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Follow Ella Fitzgerald's extraordinary journey over six decades as her sublime voice transforms the tragedies of her own life and the troubles of her times into joy.

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High School Filmmaking Course Virtual Showcase


Over the course of the Spring 2020 semester, both in-person and virtually, our inaugural class of Milwaukee students have been learning the filmmaking process from start to finish. As a culmination of

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A TOUCH OF SUGAR

FREE to watch as part of the Minority Health Film Series, sponsored by Froedtert & the Medical College of WIsconsin! Directed by Ani Simon-Kennedy and narrated by acclaimed actress and producer Viola Davis, the film attests to the resiliency of the human spirit and challenges the national perception of life with type 2 diabetes. Interviews with patients and their loved ones, as well as doctors, advocates and thought leaders in the space, explore the larger diabetes ecosystem at work and help to reinforce type 2 diabetes as an urgent public health issue that cannot be ignored, especially among underserved populations.

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Milwaukee Film is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to building a robust, community-based film culture in the Greater Milwaukee Area. We seek to support and foster local filmmakers, the local filmmaking industry, and a vibrant community of film fans, audiences, and patrons. In our wildest sunshine daydreams, Milwaukee will become a global center of film culture in which film and shared cinematic experiences are used as tools for entertainment, education, engagement, and community building.

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