DKAF Announces 17 Films

Door Kinetic Arts Festival (DKAF) announces the 17 films in its 2019 lineup: works from international, national and Wisconsin cinematic artists that offer an exciting range of creative perspectives.

The narrative films – to be screened June 10, 8 pm; and June 11, 7:30 pm – are 2nd Class from Sweden; BOT, The Divine Way, Dream Life and Resocialization from Germany; Eternity from Ukraine; Ivan from Greece; Relicious from Italy; and Take Care and UberEx from the United States.

The documentaries – to be shown June 11, 5 pm – are Alba: Not Everyone Will Be Taken into the Future from Spain; Cuban Canvas, Hoan Alone: Personal Stories from the Bridge, Sound and Sole and The Wayward Cube from the U.S.; The Traffic Separating Device from Sweden; and Wavy Tales from the Netherlands.

Before the screenings, professional mixologist and New York Times contributor Robert Simonson will introduce the featured cocktail of the day.

Information on the films and screening schedule is at Festival passes are $30; tickets for each night are $10; half-price student tickets and passes are available; and $50 premium passes include entrance to all festival events, including those with a special festival guest. Buy passes and tickets at the door and online at


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