The same duo that brings you Wisconsin Foodie each week teamed up to make a documentary that showcases Milwaukee’s own Noble Brothers.
Jonathan Jackson of Milwaukee Film Says:
The 2007 Milwaukee International Film Festival sold-out sensation “The Super Noble Brothers” (SNB) returns for a special event screening in the main house of the Oriental Theatre on Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 7pm, accompanied by a fashion show extravaganza by the Fashion Ninja! Tickets are $8 and will be available at the door.
From Mary L. Nohl fellowship winner Mark Escribano comes this stylish and mesmerizing glimpse into a unique Milwaukee subculture, following Noble brothers Davey, Tommy and Andy. Ubiquitous Milwaukee scenesters, their diverse projects (small business owner, painter, DJ, rare record collectors, band members) dot our city’s cultural landscape. Reflecting the guerilla documentary cinema of the 60s and 70s, SNB is a seven-year in the making document of American hipster culture, a snapshot of a family and an exhilarating, unsentimental meditation on what it takes to live life on your own terms.
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