Milwaukee Film Festival might be over, but that doesn’t mean Milwaukee should stop celebrating and experiencing compelling feature films and shorts. On top of Milwaukee Film’s “Best Of The Fest” screenings at The Oriental Theatre (editor’s note: see Parasite immediately), one-off screenings of classic cinema at a variety of theaters in the region, and first-run flicks everywhere, you might be thrilled to learn there’s another film festival happening in town this fall.

Over the course of its first three installments, Film Girl Film Festival has worked hard to provide a platform for “a society of women who shape the world with their imagination.” The ambitious festival was founded by local film critic Andrea Thompson, who has willed the independent affair to grow considerably since its inception.

The fourth installment will take place at The Underground Collaborative over the course of three days. November 8-10, Film Girl Film Festival will screen a wide range of features and shorts. There will also be an opening night party at No Studios. If you’re still looking to get your film fix, check out the full lineup below. Tickets to individual screenings and events can be purchased here.

Friday, November 8

7 p.m. — The Unlikely Story of the Lesbians of First Friday
(Preceded by the short film A Thousand Needles)

9:00p.m. — Opening Night Party at No Studios. Pizza provided by Pizza Shuttle.

Saturday, November 9

11 a.m. — Shorts Block 1
A Sisterhood Of Signatures
Reservation
Fraser Syndrome & Me
Grandpa’s Getaways
Valeria
No Comet: A 1969 Comet’s Tale
Lift Off

2 p.m. — Mother Tongue
(Preceded by short film Sisters March)

4:30 p.m. — My First And Last Film
(Preceded by short film To Ana)

7:00 p.m. — Aleksi
(Preceded by short film I Have A Date Tonight)

9:30 p.m. — Bitchin’ Shorts
You’re Talking To Me?
Gaia Mama
SHTRIGA
The Avant-Gardener
The Doctor’s Last Day
Beta
Clown College
Sac de Merde

Sunday, November 10

1 p.m. — Shorts Block 2
6,743 Count My Voice!
Women at the Wheel
Game
I Want To Do It
Pride Prom
The Group Chat
Golden Voices
The Watch
Made Public

4 p.m. — Jukebox Hero
(Preceded by short film The Doves)

7 p.m. — The Garden Left Behind
(Preceded by short film Welfare Check)

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Tyler Maas
Co-Founder and Editor

Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.

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