With the blockbuster trade now finalized, there will be plenty of time to get excited about the new batch of young, athletic Timberwolves, headlined by top draft choice Andrew Wiggins, who will be publicly introduced to Minnesota by Flip Saunders during a press conference at the State Fair tomorrow. ... More >>
Punk rock has been a part of cinema ever since the music was created in places like Los Angeles, New York, and London in the mid to late '70s. Aside from the music, either live or on record, the big screen provided another medium to convey what punk truly stands for: not giving a fuck what anyone el ... More >>
Following last night's impressive 109-100 victory over the Knicks in Madison Square Garden, the Timberwolves are still undefeated (3-0) and Kevin Love is the leading scorer in the NBA at 29.7 points per game. RELATED: Kevin Love makes City Pages blogger look like a fool [VIDEO] In other words... ... More >>
From horror and documentaries to indies and comedies, this year will be big in film
A look ahead at the season's hottest films
Photo by Kris DrakeLocal director Brady Kiernan knows how to work. Since finishing his film degree in 2002, he's made his mark on the Twin Cities scene the old fashioned way, through blood, sweat, and skill. Working his way up has paid off with project after project: he's produced multiple ... More >>
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A glimpse of working-class Watts through the lens of Charles Burnett
Minnesota filmmakers remember the warm-weather flicks that got them hot (or bothered)
Reeling from holiday fare, a movie reviewer goes head to head with his id
Nomad Steven Foley travels far with a film about wanderlust
Punch and Judy's grandparents; Lincoln and Booth meet again
The new 'People I Know' is so old-fashioned it's already gone
Twin Cities filmmaker Ayesha Adu does dogme without didacticism
Todd Haynes brings his love for Douglas Sirk to 'Far From Heaven'
Screwing the white guy and dancing with the devil: Race matters at the 40th annual New York Film Festival
A New Compilation Rouses D.C.'s Funk Scene
After September 11: Projecting the future of entertainment at the New York Film Festival
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
Series 7 dares to make us care about reality TV
Pearl Harbor is a Bay that will live in infamy
How Prince's revolution was won--and where it got him
Moshen Makhmalbaf's euphoric cinema reaffirms the basic beauty of life
A one-man show captures the complications Huey P. Newton faced in trying to walk like a Panther
How Jenni Olson founded a film festival--and became a queer cinema impresario in the process
While American critics script eulogies for foreign film, this year's festival at Cannes suggests that reports of its death are an exaggeration
The realities of life after Marbury
Underappreciated hip hoppers the Roots put their sound together on the new album Things Fall Apart
Forget Fargo and A Simple Plan: A quarter-century ago, The Heartbreak Kid had Minnesota down cold
Who da man? Duh, The Man: PE takes aim at white male corporate oppression
Has the artsyplex boom housebroken the independent film? A partisan's manifesto.
John Sayles's Lone Star is a soap opera of substance.
Hollywood 1996: Things are changing, and it's all the same.