What Is WUD Film?
The Wisconsin Union Directorate Film Committee is a student-run organization dedicated to bringing a diverse, innovative, and exciting lineup of movies to the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus and surrounding community. Our committee has nearly 100 active members who help program, advertise, and host hundreds of free film screenings each year in Union South’s state-of-the-art Marquee Theater. WUD Film strives to maintain a diverse programming lineup consisting of contemporary Hollywood blockbusters, independent, international, and documentary film, as well as late night cult favorites. In addition, the committee organizes two annual weekend long film festivals as well as a summer Lakeside Cinema series on the Memorial Union Terrace.
How Do I Join the Committee?
Students of all majors and levels of interest in film are welcome to join the WUD Film Committee - the only membership requirement one must have is a love for movies. WUD Film Committee Meetings are held on Mondays during the academic year at 5:30pm in Union South. Please check the TITU (Today in the Union) listing for the room location each week.
All free events sponsored by WUD Film Committee are intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff and Union members and guests.
A Special Note About Issues With Google Search
Patrons have alerted us that if you Google search "Marquee Theater" you may see blended information that muddles our location with programming information for UW-Milwaukee's Union Cinema. We have been working with Google to try to correct this problem, and those efforts continue. Please make sure to visit our website for the most up-to-date and accurate screening schedule for WUD Film. Thanks for your understanding and patience!
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