A Wisconsin Film Festival poster gallery

March 24, 2016 @ 2:55 pm
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Wisconsin Film Festival 2016


You won’t see them around town, but a bunch of WFF ‘16 films have cool posters.

It makes sense that the programmers at the Wisconsin Film Festival would choose the route of cinema purism and go with images taken directly from the films when promoting the lineup in print and online but, in doing so, they cut out a vital component in the marketing of a film: The poster. To fill this gap, we compiled a baker’s dozen of excellent posters for films that are screening this year which we thought were compelling, exciting, or just plain easy on the eyes. Click on the title and you’ll be whisked off to the WFF site, where you can learn more about the title or buy a ticket, so long as they’re not sold out.



Bring Me The Head Of Tim Horton

Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

The Fits

Frank And The Wondercat

In Transit

Lo and Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World

Louder Than Bombs

Love & Peace

Norman Lear: Just Another Version Of You

Operation Avalanche

Valley Of Love

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last updated: March 24, 2016 @ 2:55 pm

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