Wednesday's (Oct. 9) Milwaukee Film Festival screening is almost sold out

The first two screenings of Band of Sisters at the Milwaukee Film Festival were sell-outs, and the last one is on its way. As of Monday, Band of Sisters is "ON RUSH." Per the festival website: "advanced tickets are no longer available. You can join the RUSH TICKETS line at the venue to buy any unclaimed seats. Rush tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and go on sale 15 minutes prior to showtime. Rush tickets cost $10 and are CASH ONLY. NO DISCOUNTS."

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel interviews two sisters from the film

Sister Madeline Gianforte with a client at CORE/El Centro, a center for holiistic healing.

As part of its coverage of the Milwaukee Film Festival, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's religion reporter, Annysa Johnson, talked with Sister Madeline Gianforte, CSA, co-founder and co-director of Milwaukee's CORE/El Centro, and Sister JoAnn Persch, RSM, a Milwaukee native who ministers with detained immigrants in Chicago.