A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
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Find out which local films are worth your time in 2009
Ely kind of spoiled their semi-funny April Fools' joke yesterday by announcing it a day early. Either way, we can't pretend they didn't go all out for a couple laughs pretending to go for the 2016 Olympic bid.
Indie queen Lili Taylor flips the script
Marcel Ophüls on the heroic idealists and cynical mollycoddles of wartime journalism
Godard scours our bombed-out library to find 'Notre musique'
The Everything Movie lands on all four of our film critics' top 10 lists
These eastern European cafés may tout their crepes, but you'll stay for the old world comfort foods
This harrowing outdoor drama is no Shakespeare in the park
With lusty seniors in Rio and hard-driving cabbies in Lima, filmmaker Heddy Honigmann makes her home in the world
A Campus Newspaper Has Moxie, Passion, And Nary Two Cents To Rub Together
Screenwriter Hanif Kureishi thinks deep about getting down
Hollywood hotties stake Claim on camp
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
Cabaret Balkan and Black Cat, White Cat explode NATO's vision of Yugoslavia
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
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.
Sarajevo, Mon Amour: The greasy-haired, snaggletoothed beauty Henderson (Stephen Dillane) from Welcome to Sarajevo.
I Am He As You Are He As You Are Me, And We Are All Together: Danny Hoch mimics all in a show at Walker Art Center.
In its 50th year, is the world's most prestigious film festival showing its age?