Oscar Nominee John Hawkes To Appear At Twin Cities Film FestAlexandria native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes is set to appear at the Twin Cities Film Fest. Hawkes will appear Monday night at a screening of his new movie, "Too Late." Hawkes plays a troubled private investigator hired to find a missing woman from his own past.
Through The Banks Of The Red CedarThis film follows the legacy of Vikings wide-receiver Gene Washington, the filmmaker's father. It explores what life was like for athletes in the segregated south and depicts how things changed as Washington became part of the first fully-integrated football team in America.
Top 7 Environmental & Eco-Friendly FilmsIn recent years, Hollywood has financed and developed more and more films that draw attention to the effects of humans on planet earth.
Underland 2: Film Starring Kids With Disabilities Premieres In St. PaulThe world premiere of a movie shot in St. Paul over the summer brought out a crowd Sunday afternoon. It's called Underland 2. The stars of the show are all teenagers or young adults who have mental or physical disabilities.
Target Data Breach Could Be Made Into A MovieA movie could be made about the massive data breach that affected Target last fall. A Hollywood reporter said Sony has bought the rights to a New York Times article about blogger Brian Krebs who exposed the breach.
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Minn. Kids Line Up For Chance To Star In Hollywood FilmMore than a hundred kids spent this steamy summer day indoors -- in a school -- waiting in line for a shot at the bright lights of Hollywood.
Minn. Filmmaker Debuts Ice Show Documentary At Int'l Film FestKeri Pickett produced and directed "The Fabulous Ice Age” - a film about the history of theatrical ice shows which dates back 100 years.
John Ziegler Explains Framing PaternoChad conducts a fascinating interview with filmmaker John Ziegler.
Bi-Partisan Push To Bring Movie Making To MNA bi-partisan group of lawmakers want your tax dollars used to fund major Hollywood movies. That may sound far-fetched but lawmakers say it's a logical use of money from the state Legacy Fund that could create jobs.
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