A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
With the holiday season upon us, if you need a worthwhile distraction from the rampant consumerism and commercialism associated with Christmas, it's best to look for a way to help others in need. And for the fourth year in a row, Minnesota music and charity come together for a good cause on Holiday ... More >>
Harry Potter, Cars 2, and more
Stallone hawks nostalgia in this timeless action flick
Beautiful (mostly) and all yours, our sneek peek at the 6th Annual 'Sound Unseen'
Jonathan Richman, modern lover
These eastern European cafés may tout their crepes, but you'll stay for the old world comfort foods
Home from assignment in Iraq, the Star Tribune's Paul McEnroe talks about fear, bias, and embedded journalists
Craig Lucas sends six characters in search of a tragedy
Depleted uranium: A deadly tool in the U.S. arsenal
Or more to the point, who are the Suburbs?
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
In the campaign to bolster troop morale, the military deploys a tactical weapon: The songs of Saturday Night Fever
Voices of Sepharad celebrates its 13th anniversary with a remembrance of things past
From its South Minneapolis headquarters, the American Refugee Committee sorts out the logistics of relief
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the multiplex...
Mark Fritz's Lost on Earth follows the nomads of the new geopolitics; Tara Bahrampour's To See and See Again takes the author back to the Iran her family fled
A wish list of might-be hits from the New York Film Festival
Indie-film maverick John Sayles shoots his new Latin American civil-war movie guerrilla-style
Life Is Short, Art Is Long: Nathan Christopher, Allison Moore, and the Skewed Visions company act out their alienation in a site-specific installation.
In 1997, independence was not a status so much as a state of mind.
The Circus Is in Town: The slapstick troupe of Emir Kusturica's Underground.
Thanks to Clinton's foreign policy, 1998 could be the year of living dangerously for much of the world.
Manchild Meets Thinking Beauty: George Clooney and Nicole Kidman in The Peacemaker.
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.
The local art scene has turned into a refuge for the creatively challenged.