Twin Cities Film Fest
When the Twin Cities Film Fest, now in its fifth year, organizers pinpointed October as their chosen berth for the buffet of new films, it wasn’t arbitrary. TCFF executive director Jatin Setia said it was a very conscious decision to have the fest appear exactly six months after the more well-established MSPIFF. And, of course, there was one other major reason.
The winners of the 2013 Twin Cities Film Fest will be announced at a closing night gala Saturday. Festival organizers have announced 16 finalists for the slate of awards.
The lineup for the 2013 Twin Cities Film Fest has just been announced, and it includes more than a couple potential Oscar contenders. The fest will open with a screening of “Nebraska,” the latest from director Alexander Payne.
The Twin Cities Film Fest is giving an advance look at some of the movies in its 2013 lineup. Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska” and the film adaptation of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play “August: Osage County” are among movies at this year’s festival.
David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook, fresh from its audience favorite award at the Toronto Film Festival, is set to screen during the upcoming Twin Cities Film Festival.
It’s been a few months since the Twin Cities Film Fest, but St. Anthony Main is giving one of the festival’s award-winning movies an official premiere this weekend.
The 2nd annual Twin Cities Film Fest wraps up this weekend at Showplace ICON At West End, and there’s still plenty to catch.
The second annual Twin Cities Film Fest opens Tuesday with “The Bully Project,” a documentary about school bullies.
The 2nd annual Twin Cities Film Fest is set for this fall in St. Louis Park.
This evening marks the opening of the first annual Twin Cities Film Fest, not to be confused with the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, which runs each spring. (If this new fest really gets off the ground, the two will make for a great set of seasonal bookends.)