Madison, WI, May 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Linda Remeschatis, owner of Wisconsinmade.com, said, "Many of Wisconsinmade.com's customers attended the University of Wisconsin and now live out of state. Their fond memories of UW and their Wisconsin experience prompt these alums to seek out Wisconsin foods and products. This documentary film gives viewers an inside look at what it means to be the ultimate "Wisconsin Badger." We at Wisconsinmade.com are very happy to give our customers one more reason to be proud of Wisconsin."
About Fulton Market Educational Films: Fulton Market Educational Films NFP, a non-profit documentary production company, was founded in 2001 by John Fromstein. Fromstein, a 25 year veteran of the advertising business, produced the documentary "Being Bucky" which was directed by Scott Smith. Fromstein is a University of Wisconsin alum and Smith is a native of Madison, Wisconsin.
"Being Bucky" is a feature documentary about a year in the life of seven students who portray the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 7' mascot, Bucky Badger. The documentary takes the viewer from the initial tryouts for official university mascot, through the intensive training, and on to the sports fields. The film documents the dedication and zaniness involved in "wearing the head". It shows the love of the fans for their beloved badger. Fromstein and Smith's "buckumentary" film won the audience award for Best Documentary at the 2009 Wisconsin Film Festival.
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