MADISON (WKOW) -- The Wisconsin Film Festival takes place in Madison over five days starting Wednesday.
192 films will be shown.
One documentary at the show, "Svetlana About Svetlana", is the story of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's only daughter who lived in Wisconsin.
The film maker tracked down Stalin's daughter in the summer of 2007. That film will air on Sunday.
Another film at the festival stars Meredith Phillips from "The Bachelorette". The film is directed by Green Bay-native Fritz Manger. The film which was filmed here in Madison, including WKOW studios will premiere Saturday.