Minnesota Film Arts downsizes its festival, prepares to sell off its screen
Don't think you can survive the 439th screening of that Dora the Explorer DVD?
Oak Street's founders face off with the MFA over the cinema's future
A six-figure debt. Feuding over the future. Can anything save the Oak Street Cinema?
Twin Cities indie filmmaker James Vculek will be in the Lone Star state this weekend for a screening of his film Two Harbors at the Austin Film Festival. The movie deals with the evergreen issues of interpersonal communication and extraterrestrial contact, and debuted at last year's Minneapolis-St. ... More >>
Jamie Hook's account of three days with Minneapolis animal control officers in the new Rake makes a nice companion piece to the latest (and greatest) novel by D.C. journalist (and writer on HBO's The Wire) George P. Pelecanos, Drama City, about a former gangster-turned-dogcatcher who thinks that som ... More >>
Framed as a tribute to U Film Society founder Al Milgrom on the eve of his Minneapolis - St. Paul International Film Festival, this Rake article by incoming Minnesota Film Arts executive director Jamie Hook tips its hand with the following: Yet, for all the strength of its program, M-SPIFF as a c ... More >>
The sort-of true story of a Minneapolis man who made his mom into a movie, plus two local trailers, and 36 reviews from around the globe
Volunteer Actor Improves on Keanu Reeves Performance
12 Rods, Jon Stewart, Howard Stern, Quentin Tarantino, Garrison Keillor, MF Doom, Lawrence Lessig, Randi Rhodes...
Nomadic cineaste Jamie Hook swings over to Minnesota