“Seeking Century City” will screen in the Milwaukee Film Festival, and NWSCDC staff and film participants are planning to attend the showing on Thursday, Oct 12 at 5pm screening at the Times Cinema, 5906 W Vliet St, Milwaukee. Other showing dates include September 29 and October 8.
Published by Andrew Haug on September 7, 2017
The NWSCDC film “Seeking Century City” was created by Adam Carr and Wes Tank. It is a short piece which will screen at the Milwaukee Film Festival in conjunction with a longer film “CIVIC ART: FOUR STORIES FROM SOUTH LOS ANGELES.” Links are below.
Details about the “Civic Art” film, with showing dates and locations are at https://mkefilm.org/civic-a
Details about the NWSCDC film “Seeking Century City” are at https://mkefilm.org/seeking
Andrew Haug from NWSCDC worked closely with Adam Carr and Wes Tank to coordinate community conversations in a few special locations. The conversations highlight the past, present. and future of the 30th Street Industrial Corridor. We focused on the north area of the 30th Street Corridor which includes the new Century City Business Park, the Century City II redevelopment area, the Garden Homes neighborhood, Lincoln Creek, and many other important sites.
The film features neighborhood residents and community advocates, highlighting a variety of perspectives on the changes in this area and opportunities for the future. Thank you to all of the community members who took part in the process!
We hope that this screening in the Milwaukee Film Festival will spark new conversations and ignite interest in the work of “Seeking Century City.”