Call for Entries: 36th Annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival #filmfestival

Posted July 7, 2016

Submissions are now open for the 36th Annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 20 – May 6, 2017. Films made after January 1, 2016 are now being accepted for consideration. 205 more words

Independent Film

Closing Night @ MSPIFF 2016: 'The Seventh Fire' Reviewed

The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival ends with a documentary that should perhaps be required watching for any Minnesotan. Jack Pettibone Riccobono’s work, which is presented by… 667 more words


Day 16 @ MSPIFF 2016: 'The Ardennes' Reviewed

A powerful feature debut from Belgian filmmaker Robin Pront, The Ardennes is a muddy, tense and stylish exploration into the relationship between two brothers living at the edge of society. 521 more words


Day 14 @ MSPIFF 2016: '10 Billion -- What's On Your Plate?' Reviewed

At first, Valentin Thurn’s latest food-focused documentary looks to be a bland piece on the threat of genetically-modified food and the specter of big agri-business. But the German filmmaker and journalist goes deeper, much deeper into the issues surrounding food production — traveling from Japan to Africa to Milwaukee, exploring new ideas and approaches to foodmaking, some of which are unforgettably cool. 500 more words


Day 13 @ MSPIFF: 'A Decent Man' Reviewed

Like 2014’s powerful ski vacation meltdown drama Force Majeure, Micha Lewinsky’s A Decent Man shines a light on the condition of the modern man as he attempts to be good to the women and children in his life. 524 more words


Day 12 @ MSPIFF 2016: 'Weiner' Reviewed

Josh Kreigman and Elyse Steinberg’s film on the fall and rise and fall of former Congressman Anthony Weiner is not only perhaps the most compelling documentary you’ll find at this year’s MSPIFF — it’s also one of the most riveting political documentaries ever made. 470 more words

Syndicated Local

MSPIFF Weekend Roundup: Women In Film panels + 'The Fencer' mini review

It’s truly one of the best weekends weather-wise in the Twin Cities. It’s 70+ degrees and sunny for three days in a row which is unusual as we do still get snow in April occasionally. 962 more words

Flix Reviews