Madeline Wickman

About Madeline Wickman

Madeline is a junior from DePauw University. She is spending the semester abroad in London, studying at University of Westminster and interning at Raindance. Having interned for the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago and worked for the Art Publicity at DePauw, Madeline is experienced in writing on behalf of the arts.

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3 Reasons Why Americans Love British Films

As I near the end of my time here in London, I have to say I’m going to miss it. London is an absolutely amazing city. To show my appreciation, here are some reasons why Americans love British films. 1. British Actors I have to start this one with a disclaimer and say, Brits are … Read More

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BIFA Guide 2012: Nominations for Best Short

The British Independent Film Awards was founded by Raindance in 1998 to honour and celebrate independent films made in Britain. Previous winners have included Billy Elliot, Slumdog Millionaire and The King’s Speech. If you are a fan of independent films of the British persuasion, follow @BIFA on Twitter for useful tips and live updates form … Read More

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BIFA Guide 2012: Nominations for Best Supporting Actor

The British Independent Film Awards was founded by Raindance in 1998 to honour and celebrate independent films made in Britain. Previous winners have included Billy Elliot, Slumdog Millionaire and The King’s Speech. If you are a fan of independent films of the British persuasion, follow @BIFA on Twitter for useful tips and live updates form … Read More

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BIFA Guide 2012: Nominations for Best Supporting Actress

The British Independent Film Awards was founded by Raindance in 1998 to honour and celebrate independent films made in Britain. Previous winners have included Billy Elliot, Slumdog Millionaire and The King’s Speech. If you are a fan of independent films of the British persuasion, follow @BIFA on Twitter for useful tips and live updates form … Read More

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BIFA Guide 2012: Nominations for Best Actress

The British Independent Film Awards was founded by Raindance in 1998 to honour and celebrate independent films made in Britain. Previous winners have included Billy Elliot, Slumdog Millionaire and The King’s Speech. If you are a fan of independent films of the British persuasion, follow @BIFA on Twitter for useful tips and live updates form … Read More

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Top Women’s Film Festivals

Women’s film festivals aim to provide a true perception of women, whether they are victorious or defeated. With an industry that is dominated by males, these film festivals have turned into a global project by, for and about women. The criteria I used to select these top film festivals are similar to those that could … Read More

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