Director Discusses Audience Favorite “We Cause Scenes”

   What would cause Mineral Point’s local Hardware Store owner to show up in his boxers at the Mineral Point Opera House during a post-screening Q&A? It was none other the much-loved documentary We Cause Scenes that brought out audience members’ playful (and theatrical) sides at the 2013 Driftless Film Festival. This feature film about […]

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Driftless in Baraboo

Driftless plays at the historic Al. Ringling Theater in Baraboo on Friday, Nov. 29 & Saturday, Nov. 30! FRIDAY 6:00pm – Betting the Farm & short While it Lasts  8:00pm — Houdini & shorts Mysteries of the Driftless and Haven’t Been Then SATURDAY 1:00pm – Wild Bill’s Run & short Fifty Lakes one Island 4:30pm […]

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We Cause Scenes

Following up the roaring kick off night is the much anticipated We Cause Scenes. “Since their humble beginnings in New York City in 2001, Improv Everywhere has grown from a small gang of jokesters into an internationally recognized collective and a viral video-making machine. WE CAUSE SCENES is the inside story of this groundbreaking group […]

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Opening Night 2014

Today is the day! The 4th annual Driftless Film Festival kicks off tonight in Mineral Point with the premiere of Of Some Fair Place, a documentary chronicling the story of the birth of an arts culture in, none other than, Mineral Point. Through interviews with artists, preservationists, building restorers, and locals, Wisconsin filmmaker Eve Studnicka […]

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Thank You to Voice of the River Valley

The Driftless Film Festival would like to extend a special Thank You to Voice of the River Valley for their media sponsorship and support. Check out their latest issue, featuring articles by Driftless filmmakers Eve Studnicka and Marc Kornblatt on their respective films: “Of Some Fair Place” and “While it Lasts.” Additional thanks to Wisconsin […]

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“Of Some Fair Place” & “Out of the Fire”

The Driftless Film Festival opens at the Mineral Opera House with the documentary Of Some Fair Place. Directed by Mineral Point native Eve Studnicka, the film chronicles the stories of artisans who transformed Point from a post-Depression ghost town to a thriving arts community. Told through interviews and archival images, Of Some Fair Place is […]

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