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Cinema’s First Nasty Women: Silent Cinema Shorts with Live Music Featuring Dreamland Faces

Northrop and Twin Cities Silent Film Project Present Cinema’s First Nasty Women: Silent Cinema Shorts with Live Music Featuring Dreamland Faces Tue, Apr 4, 7:30 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Apr 9 Carlson Family...

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ

Northrop Presents Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ Sun, Mar 19, 3:00 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Mar 26 Carlson Family Stage“In 1926, German director Fritz Lang stunned...

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ

Northrop Presents Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ Sun, Mar 19, 3:00 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Mar 26 Carlson Family Stage“In 1926, German director Fritz Lang stunned...
Crew members on stage

‘Freshwater’ Debut Brings Enthusiastic Crowd to Duluth’s NorShor Theatre

Film about Lake Superior’s culture and conservation features a host of Duluth residents
In the wake of George Floyd's death, New Dawn Theatre Co. has put together a film to bring the community together called "A Breath for George." Photo by Regina Marie Williams

New Film “A Breath for George” Screens Outdoors for Free

The film by New Dawn Theatre Co. will grace the sides of Twin Cities buildings June 14-21, featuring local artists
Screenshot from "Amazing Grace" trailer/YouTube

Paisley Park Kicks off Concert Film Series

Featuring Stax Records, Aretha Franklin, and Dave Chappelle
"The Chunta"

“The Chunta” Delves into Gender-Bending Tradition in Mexico

A Minnesota-raised filmmaker debuts her cross-cultural doc at the Twin Cities Film Festival

5 Ways to Celebrate the Oscars This Weekend

The 91st Academy Awards calls for parties, appetizers, game ideas, and more

Native American Films Screen at the Walker

Thrillers, mysteries, and virtual reality dissect the past, present, and future of Native American stories