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The Milwaukee Film Festival may be over, but you can still find movies - like "Pick of the Litter" - on screens big and small.

Where to watch 2018 Milwaukee Film Festival movies now

The 2018 Milwaukee Film Festival is now over, and while we may shedding more tears than the cast of "This Is Us" whenever somebody mentions crockpots, that doesn't mean that the movies are gone.

In fact, if you happened to miss a movie you really wanted to see at the film festival (and considering there were more than 300 to choose from, the odds are good you missed at least one you were interested in), you can probably still find it on one of the dozens of streaming services now out in the universe. Or on those ancient entertainment devices known as DVDs and Blu-rays. Or even back on the big screen at the Oriental Theatre for its Best of Fest series.

To help you find the films you may have missed, here's a guide to where you can find the 2018 Milwaukee Film Festival selections on screens big and small.

"1985"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Dec. 18.

"A Kid Like Jake"

Currently available to rent on YouTube and Google Play. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"A Page of Madness"

Currently available to stream on Filmstruck. Also available on Blu-ray.

"Angels Wear White"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime, as well as to rent on iTunes. Also available on DVD.

"Back at the Staircase"

No official release date has been announced, but director Drew Britton told us the film's been picked up for distribution and will be available sometime next year.

"Bad Reputation"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and YouTube. Also available on DVD on Jan. 1

"Bee Season"

Currently available to stream on Tubi TV, as well as to rent on YouTube and Google Play.

"The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales"

Released in limited theaters on Oct. 19, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Birds of Passage"

Expected in limited theaters on Feb. 13, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Blue My Mind"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Nov. 13.

"Bodied"

Released in limited theaters on Nov. 2, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Borg vs. McEnroe"

Currently available to stream on Hulu, as well as available to rent on Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Amazon. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Burning"

Released in limited theaters on Oct. 26, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Bye Bye Germany"

Currently available to stream on Hoopla, as well as available to rent on Amazon and iTunes. Also available on DVD.

"The Cakemaker"

Available on DVD and iTunes on Nov. 6.

"Catwalk: Tales From the Cat Show Circuit"

Currently available to rent on iTunes.

"Charm City"

Released in theaters on Oct. 12, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Cold War"

Expected in limited theaters on Dec. 21, with likely expansion to Milwaukee in early 2019.

"Damsel"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, YouTube, iTunes and Google Play. Also available on DVD.

"The Devil's Doorway"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, YouTube, iTunes and Google Play. Also available on DVD.

"Everybody Knows"

Expected in theaters on Feb. 8.

"The First Patient"

Showing for the next two weeks on Sunday and Tuesday as a part of the Oriental Theatre's Best of Fest series (complete with director Chip Duncan in attendance for both Tuesday screenings).

"Five Fingers for Marseilles"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, Google Play, YouTube and iTunes

"Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Jan. 2.

"Ghost Stories"

Currently available to stream on Hulu, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"The Guilty"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also recently released in limited theaters on Oct. 19, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Here to Be Heard: The Story of the Slits"

Currently available to stream on Hulu

"High Fantasy"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime and Kanopy, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes.

"I Am Not A Witch"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Jan. 22.

"Ideal Home"

Currently available to rent on iTunes.

"In the Aisles"

Expected in theaters some time in 2019, though no release date has been officially announced.

"Jinn"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Nov. 16.

"Keep the Change"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime and Kanopy, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Kim Swims"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and YouTube.

"The Last Suit"

Available on DVD on Jan. 15.

"Let the Corpses Tan"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Nov. 27.

"Love, Gilda"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on DVD on Jan. 1.

"Madeline's Madeline"

Currently available to rent on iTunes.

"Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts"

Currently available to rent on iTunes. Also available on DVD on Nov. 6.

"Mary and the Witch's Flower"

Currently available to stream on Netflix, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on DVD.

"Matangi/Maya/M.I.A."

Available on DVD on Dec. 18.

"Mighty Ground"

Currently available to stream on Kanopy, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on DVD.

"Minding the Gap"

Currently available to stream on Hulu.

"Never Steady, Never Still"

Currently available to rent on iTunes. Also available on DVD on Nov. 20.

"Night Comes On"

Currently available to stream on Hoopla and Kanopy, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes.

"Oh Lucy!"

Currently available to stream on Hulu, as well as to rent on Amazon and iTunes. Also available on DVD.

"On Her Shoulders"

Showing now through Nov. 8 at the Oriental Theatre as a part of its Best of Fest series. Also expected on iTunes on Jan. 8.

"Personal Statement"

Currently available to rent on Amazon and iTunes.

"Pick of the Litter"

Showing Nov. 4-6 at the Oriental as a part of its Best of Fest series, as well as currently available to rent on iTunes. Also available on DVD on Dec. 4.

"The Price of Everything"

Released in limited theaters on Oct. 19, with possible expansion to Milwaukee.

"Rafiki"

Expected to arrive on iTunes on Oct. 15, 2019.

"Revenge"

Currently available to stream on Shudder, as well as to rent on Amazon, Google Play, YouTube and iTunes. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda"

Currently available to rent on iTunes.

"Science Fair"

Showing on Saturday, Nov. 3 and Sunday, Nov. 4 as a part of the Oriental Theatre's Best of Fest series. Also expected to arrive on iTunes on Nov. 20.

"Shoplifters"

Scheduled for release in limited theaters on Nov. 23, with expansion to Milwaukee expected in late 2018 or early 2019.

"Shorts: Surprise, Surprise!"

Showing on Wednesday, Nov. 7 and Thursday, Nov. 8 as a part of the Oriental Theatre's Best of Fest series.

"Stop Making Sense"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime, Vudu, Fandor, Tubi TV and Sundance Now, as well as to rent on iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Also available on Blu-ray.

"Streaker"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime, as well as to rent on Amazon, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Also available on Blu-ray.

"Support the Girls"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray on Dec. 4.

"Sweet Country"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime, Hoopla and Kanopy, as well as available to rent on Amazon. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Transit"

Expected in theaters some time in 2019, though no release date has been officially announced.

"Western"

Currently available to stream on Amazon Prime, as well as to rent on iTunes. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Also available on DVD.

"What Keeps You Alive"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray on Dec. 4.

"White Rabbit"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Google Play.

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit"

Currently available to rent on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Also available on DVD and Blu-ray.

"Winter Brothers"

Available on DVD on Dec. 4.

"Word is Bond"

Currently available to stream on Showtime and Amazon Prime (with Showtime), as well as to rent on Vudu. Also expected to arrive on iTunes on Nov. 13.

"Zero Weeks"

Currently available to rent on iTunes.

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