MSPIFF

(credit: EyeSteelFilm)

Movie Blog MSPIFF Spotlight: Int’l Shorts

International Narrative Shorts serves up four films between ten and thirty minutes in length, with genres ranging from family drama to supernatural horror.

04/18/2011

Peter Stormare holds court in "Small Town Murder Songs." (credit: Visit Films)

Movie Blog MSPIFF Spotlight: ‘Murder Songs’

Part of me wants to sum up “Small Town Murder Songs” as “Fargo” without the funny or the quirky, but that would be harsh.

04/17/2011

movie, theater, seats, audience, film

Movie Blog MSPIFF Spotlight: ‘Cameraman’

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff is a portrait of an artist – a painter, a director and, most importantly, a cinematographer.

04/16/2011

Don't cross Miss G. (credit: IFC Films)

Movie Blog MSPIFF Spotlight: ‘Cracks’

The atmosphere of scandal permeates nearly every frame of the polished but lurid “Cracks.”

04/15/2011

Start the presses! (credit: Andrew Rossi)

Movie Blog MSPIFF Spotlight: ‘Page One’

Imagine life at the New York Times media desk during the death throes of the newspaper publishing industry and you’ll only have an idea about Page One – a documentary by Andrew Rossi that kicks off the Minneapolis-St. Paul Film Festival.

04/14/2011

(credit: The Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul)

Movie Blog: MSP Int’l Film Fest Bursting At Seams

The snow is melting, the birds are chirping, and once again, thousands of film fans are preparing to spend more time indoors than out.

04/13/2011

previous