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  • Access


    (2000, Matt Ehling)

    A journey into the colliding American realities that make up the cable access world.

  • Better Futures

    Better Futures

    (2006, Brian Standing)

    A profile of the Wisconsin Coordinating Council on Nicaragua's innovative microcredit program in one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere.

  • Blink! Again

    Blink! Again

    (2010, Brian Standing)

    A year in the life of temporary art in Madison, Wisconsin.

  • The Caffeinated Posse

    The Caffeinated Posse

    (2002, Brian Standing)

    Jonathan Zarov joins jugglers, hula-hoopers, drummers and bass cellists in a mad dash across Madison, WI coffee shops to raise money for community radio WORT 89.9 FM.

  • Car-Free Klezmer

    The Caffeinated Posse

    (2008, Brian Standing)

    Madison-based Klezmer mavens Yid Vicious spent a week taking their music to the city's streets, bike paths, and bus stops, to the surprise, delight, and sometimes bleary-eyed confusion of commuters.

  • Christians for Equality

    Todd Lippart

    (2005, Brian Standing

    United Church of Christ pastor Todd Smith-Lippart from Dodgeville, Wisconsin speaks out against a proposed amendment to the Wisconsin constitution that would ban gay marriage.

  • Counter-Revolution


    (2002, Brian Standing)

    Congenial anarchists attempt to reverse the flow of the Madison,Wisconsin farmer's market.

  • DisCider


    (2003, Brian Standing)

    Performing at the Andy Johnson farm, Madison's finest alt-punk band and guest fire-dancer scream a protest against the biotech industry.

  • Forbidden City

    Forbidden City

    (1997, Matt Ehling)

    A look behind the gates of high-tech, high-security suburbia in the American desert.

  • Here, Kitty, Kitty


    (2007, Andy Beversdorf)

    In 2005, the state of Wisconsin became the laughing stock of the nation as it debated a proposal to legalize the shooting of cats. 'Here, Kitty, Kitty' scratches beneath the media blitz to reveal a surprisingly nuanced tale involving ruthless cat-lovers, unapologetic cat-drowners, slandered scientists, death threats, and deposed politicians. Watch and find out who is left standing when all the hissing and clawing subsides.

  • Inside a Car


    (2009, Shea Galen Nunez Standing)

    A man's life takes a turn for the worse after an apparition appears on his doorstep, he gets trapped in his car, then finds a human skull in the backseat.

  • Mecha-Godzilla vs. Megalo-Godzilla


    (2004, Shea Standing)

    What happens when Godzilla meets a giant robot Godzilla? And what happens when they both meet an even more terrifying creature?

  • Minitrue Public Service Announcements


    (2001, Brian Standing)

    Messages from our sponsor. Because they really do know better.

  • Nicole Gruter

    Nicole Gruter

    (2007, Brian Standing)

    Madison performance artist Nicole Gruter performs "Happy Tax Day 2007" and "Can I Get You Anything Else?"

  • Pedalphiles


    (2000, Brian Standing)

    The adventures of S.C.A.B. (Skids Creating Apocalyptic Bicycles), a roving gang of bicyclist- artist- philosophers hell-bent on ridding the world of automobiles.

  • Los Pumas del Norte


    (2001, Brian Standing)

    Mexican norteno band "Los Pumas del Norte" perform live at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin at their July 7, 2001 concert.

  • Psalm 5

    Psalm 5

    (2006,Brian Standing)

    Nicaraguan poet, sculptor and liberation theology priest Ernesto Cardenal reads his classic poem "Psalm 5," a searing indictment of government lies and war.

  • Reverse Striptease

    Reverse Striptease

    (2003, Brian Standing)

    Featuring Angela McJunkin and Carrie Jones performing at the Andy Johnson farm.

  • Scoop Perlman's Guide to Art

    Scoop Perlman

    (2000, 2002, Brian Standing)

    An ongoing documentary series that explores the work of outsider and folk artists in Wisconsin and the Midwest.

  • Subdue the Universe

    Subdue the Universe

    (1997, Jim Taylor)

    An impoverished camera crew ventures through the seamy underbelly of Presidential politics, seeking fringe candidates ignored by the mainstream media.

  • War is Sell

    War is Sell

    (2004, Brian Standing)

    War is Sell delves into the history and tactics of war propagandists soldiers armed not with guns, but with words, pictures and commercial advertising techniques in their battle to win hearts and minds.

  • Why Are You Here?

    Why are you here?

    (2006, Brian Standing)

    An online documentary sampling of Madison-area participants in the "Great American Boycott" protests against anti-immigration laws. We asked everyone we could find "Why are you here?"  In English and Spanish, with subtitles.