Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul
For a man whose work is as timeless as photographer Bert Stern’s, the title of his documentary kowtows almost disappointingly to current concerns … but for understandable reasons.
Hey, the weather’s been nice for a while now. There’s no reason why you should spend your April basking in the sunlight we’ve already enjoyed for weeks. Especially since the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul just announced the list of movies playing during this year’s three-week-long Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival.
Valentine’s Day isn’t so far away now, and if you’re fortunate enough to be in a relationship with a movie buff, there are plenty of great options over the next few weeks to build up to the event.
In the summer, audiences flock to movie theaters to cool down in the air conditioning. But as temperatures cool off in autumn, local programmers at our trusty retro houses are turning up the heat on their offerings.
If you were fortunate enough to catch Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, which both me and WCCO-TV’s Mark Rosen enjoyed, then you couldn’t help but notice the movie’s infatuation with the artists and writers of the 1920s.