Who says award-season winners have to be epic?
Starting with a frozen Lake Superior in 1993, renowned director Philip Harder has captured the 20 years of Low in music videos and short films. With his 16mm camera -- even through the digital years -- Harder filmed Low in color-coded films with recurring visual themes in -30 degree wind-chill weath ... More >>
Both animated and live-action short films show off visual splendor in small packages
When musicians become directors, they should be required to start by making short films. Such legislation might have saved us from the feature-length cinematic sadism inflicted upon us by David Byrne, Fred Durst and John Doofus Mellencamp. Chris Mars, former drummer of the irreplaceable Replacements ... More >>
See Also: Journey, Pat Benatar and Loverboy at the Minnesota State Fair, 9/1/12 Sound Unseen 12: From Sid & Nancy to Sigur Ros The 13th Annual Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Festival has just announced the dates, film lineup, and venues participating in this year's festivities. Sound Unseen will r ... More >>
Without really trying
48-Hour Film Project, Twin Cities Film Fest
The Confession, The Sun Comes Up, The Lost Thing
The 2010 "1968 Film Festival" will take place tomorrow at the Minnesota History Center, showcasing short films triggered by any and all things related to that crucial turning point in American history; the year 1968. And the best part is, it's sure to be educational, enlightening, and it is defin ... More >>
an interview with filmmaker Phil Harder
Vampire Hands warmed up for Sunday's Entry show with a preview of their new songs.
You've got 10 bucks and two hours, and you don't want to waste any of it. We can help.
What a difference a silhouette makes-- the MST3k crew raked much mud over the worst film of all time, but we still miss the puppets.
The summer's best film series
2007 Academy Award-Nominated Short Films
'Old Joy' finds hope within a dying tradition
If these walls could talk...wait a minute, they are talking!
Size matters in holiday movies, but shorts make an impression
Life is in the details--Rob Skoro has proof
Audiences chew on a film-fest twofer: Central Standard's indie films and Sound Unseen's musical movies
Native Minnesotan filmmaker Katie Koskenmaki turns Vermont into the scary "Minnesota" of "The Windigo"
The world's most didactic DJ meets the grandfather of the American folk revival
A local showcase of short student films exposes the long road of working in celluloid
Yo-Yo a go-go: The cellist in Mark Morris's "Falling Down Stairs"
Dead Man Stalking: Miroslaw Baka and Jan Tesarz in Krzysztof Kieslowski's A Short Film About Killing.
Krzysztof Kieslowski's two "short films" command a long look.