There are still free tickets available at the BIFF Box Office (at Visit Beloit, located in the building next door to the Hendricks Center) for the taping of Director’s Cut, Wisconsin Public Television’s popular focus on independent film, filmmakers, and creative thinking.
The two programs will be recorded for future presentation starting at 1 p.m. this Sunday, Feb. 20, at the Eclipse Center in Beloit. Admission is free but tickets must be picked up in advance. The program, with host Charles Monroe-Kane, is seen weekly on Public Television and introduces narrative and documentary films made by indie directors and explores their Wisconsin connections.
The first program will be an interview with Dutch filmmaker Willem Alkema discussing his film Coming Back for More. It will be followed at 2:15 p.m. by a discussion with Milwaukee-based filmmaker Justin Eugene Evans regarding his feature film, A Lonely Place for Dying.