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The (local) feel-good film of the winter

Food, Love and Policy By Unknown #2 on July 23, 2010
Joe Peterson, is a burned-out kids book writer who’s approaching his mid-life crisis. With his career at a standstill and his relationship in shambles, he leaves town with his best buddy to do the Polar Bear Plunge in the dead of winter in northern Wisconsin in an attempt to reignite his fire.

Feed the Fish looks like the type of film that will fare well with Milwaukee audiences, and why not? Tony Shalhoub, cold weather jokes and the inevitable physical comedy of the Polar Bear Plunge. Sounds like a winner to me.

The Milwaukee Film Festival is gearing up for its big show in September, and Feed the Fish made the line-up. Filmed in Door County last year, the film is the baby of local filmmaker Michael Matzdorff, and was made using mostly Wisconsin crew and talent. Huzzah! What's more, Mr Shalhoub (of Monk fame) said he took advantage of the location to stock up on a year's worth of cheese. Good man.

Feed the Fish airs at the festival, which runs from Sept. 23 through Oct. 3. Listen to the Shalhoub cheese interview here.


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