Search More

Locations

Trylon microcinema

3258 Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55406 | Seward/ Longfellow/ Minnehaha | 612-424-5468
Related Stories (36)

Upcoming Events

Related Stories

  • Calendar:
    Though retired from acting since the early 2000s, Gene Hackman remains a marquee draw for cinema fans. While this staying power testifies to the enduring appeal of his performances,...
  • Calendar:
    One of the most highly acclaimed actors of his generation, Alec Guinness often expressed dismay at having his storied career overshadowed by his portrayal of Obi-Wan Kenobi in the original...
  • Calendar:
    Even in the sunshine of springtime, the Sixth Annual Hitchcock fest continues to celebrate the dark corners of the psyche. Leading the screenings is the portrait of fractured personae in...
  • Calendar:
    There's an understandable tendency among movie fans to associate famed Japanese director Akira Kurosawa with samurai films. After all, the enormous success of such movies as Rashomon (1950),...
  • Dressing Room: Film and TV
    Sick Birds Die Easy is a deceptive film -- part fiction, part documentary, and all madness. It started with a script, but fell into a kind of personal essay. Somewhere off camera, the...
  • Calendar:
    Auteur David Lynch has founded his storytelling on fragmented plotlines, incongruent imagery, and unpredictable perspective shifts. Delving into the director's frequently disturbing but...
  • Calendar:
    Though the programming at Trylon Microcinema consistently features the work of some of cinema’s most influential auteurs, few subjects have been as difficult to categorize as Chris...
  • Calendar:
    An exacting visionary, Stanley Kubrick meticulously planned each frame to capture strikingly detailed worlds capable of utterly transporting the viewer. Suggesting psychological depths...
  • Calendar:
    Thanks to the cult success of such films as Deep Red and Suspiria, director Dario Argento is often credited as the supreme stylist of Italian horror. Genre aficionados, however, will...
  • Calendar:
    Perhaps the definitive icon of Japanese cinema, Godzilla has been depicted as both an apocalyptic force and a misunderstood hero in a voluminous series of films that currently stands at 28...
  • Calendar:
    Just as actors are frequently typecast in a specific kind of role, some movie directors throughout history have found themselves relegated to a narrowly defined genre. While many directors...
  • Calendar:
    Suggesting that a body of work can be unified by recurring motifs and a signature style, cinema's auteur theory is most frequently applied to filmmakers known for favoring esoteric musings...
  • Calendar:
    Never in fashion, yet one of the most popular, greatest rock bands of all time, Queen is epically portrayed in one of the best rock documentaries of all time. Directed by Matt O'Casey,...
  • Calendar:
    From 1962's Dr. No through last year's Skyfall, the cinematic adventures of British secret agent 007, otherwise known as James Bond, have entertained audiences for over 50 years with a...
  • Dressing Room: Film and TV
    As the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, perhaps it's time to take a look at alternatives to the exploitations of big corporations. Shift Change, which gets a screening at Trylon...
  • Calendar:
    In the history of cinema very few of even the most influential filmmakers can boast of having had their name be adopted as an adjective to convey a specific style. Such is the case with...
  • Calendar:
    Though action films are often dismissed as mindless entertainment, there's absolutely no reason that explosive spectacle and thought-provoking themes must be mutually exclusive. On the...
  • Calendar:
    For moviegoers unaccustomed to venturing beyond mainstream Hollywood, the term "French New Wave" tends to be regarded as an ominous portent of jarring perspective shifts, disjointed...
  • Calendar:
    This Sunday, MN Unearthed Film Series returns to showcase unusual award-winning films by local filmmakers. The evening, however, will open with a screening of two films penned by British...
  • Calendar:
    Comedian Amber Preston will be hosting this month's installment of Trylon's ongoing Defenders series. Though Preston has been making rounds on the comedy circuit for almost a decade, her...
  • Calendar:
    "Have I simply been ill this year? Or am I turning into some kind of animal?" asks Andrew Bird in Andrew Bird: Fever Year (2011). Directed by Xan Aranda, the documentary chronicles the tail...
  • Calendar:
    In filmmaking circles, the auteur theory views the director as the creative impetus behind each film, fighting to preserve a singular cinematic vision. While cinema history is rife with...
  • Calendar:
    Bolstered by such films as Ju-on and Ringu (and their American remakes, respectively, The Grudge and The Ring), Japanese horror cinema (a.k.a. J-Horror), replete with malevolent spirits and...
  • Calendar:
    Some movies revel in frothy entertainment, serving as a soothing escape from the harsh world outside the theater. Iconic filmmaker Sam Fuller rejected any such sentiments as trivialities....
  • Dressing Room: Film and TV
    This week Sound Unseen launches its summer programming with two Minnesota premieres: a screening of Paul Williams Still Alive at Trylon Microcinema and the premiere of the SXSW 2012 hit Girl...
  • Calendar:
    Garnering critical acclaim while smashing box-office records, The Avengers is the first breakout blockbuster of summer 2012. The cinematic take on Marvel Comics' dream team, however, is far...
  • Calendar:
    Michael, a young boy living in 1950s suburbia, has issues. His family appears to be living the American dream: His father has a steady job at the nearby Toxico chemical plant, his mother...
  • Calendar:
    Wednesday marks the third installment of Michael Fallon and Andy Sturdevant's Every Hundred Feet film series at the Trylon microcinema. This time around they'll be screening The Cedar Bar, a...
  • Calendar:
    While the vitriolic debates over a new Vikings stadium have been inescapable, the excruciatingly drawn-out negotiations are by no means the only cause for consternation amongst sports fans....
  • Dressing Room: Film and TV
    This Wednesday marks the second installment of Every Hundred Feet, a new film series hosted by Michael Fallon and Andy Sturdevant. They'll be presenting A Walk into the Sea: Danny Williams...
  • Dressing Room: Art
    Anna Eveslage, a recipient of the Minnesota State Arts Board 2011 Artist Initiative grant, is premiering the fruit of her labors tonight at Trylon microcinema. The piece, titled Frank, is a...
  • Calendar:
    While the iconic image of a cloaked death playing chess against a medieval knight has given Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal an enduring cultural familiarity, the popular impression can be...
  • Calendar:
    With her smoldering seductiveness and provocative, often gender-bending style, Marlene Dietrich stands as one of the most dangerously desired femme fatales to emerge from Hollywood's Golden...
  • Calendar:
    Outside of a committed cult following, Italian director Fernando Di Leo remains largely unknown in the United States despite his obvious influence on contemporary crime thrillers. (Much of...
  • Calendar:
    In the history of Hollywood, few directors have thrived on as strikingly non-mainstream work as Tim Burton. From his earliest films (including Vincent, a poetically told stop-motion tribute...
  • Calendar:
    Given tendencies to categorize a film director's work by easily identifiable genres, Billy Wilder stands out as something of an anomaly. Few would suspect, for example, that the man behind...

Best of Award Recipient

Loading...