37th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival - April 12-28, 2018April 14
Four women with four very different secrets unite to bend the strict moral codes of rural India. Alankrita Shrivastava’s feature won the 2016 Spirit of Asia award.
17-year-old Phil returns from summer camp and falls in love with the new boy in town. But first he must confront old secrets most notably the story of his long-lost father.
When an African immigrant dies through a doctor’s indifference, the doctor takes it upon herself to find the woman’s name and the cause of her death.
Carlos Saura continues his exploration of performative traditions with a sensuous portrait of jota, a waltz-like castanet dance from Saura’s home province of Aragon, in northern Spain.
Turning a bleak eye to contemporary Bulgarian society, Ralitza Petrova’s award-winning debut delivers an eat-or-be-eaten parable, relevant anywhere in the world where people are offered limited options.
Director Lutz Gregor follows singer Fatoumata Diawara on a musical journey through Mali, where she and other innovative performers are threatened by radical Islamists.
Featuring Authentically You, The Collection, Dead Birds, I’ve Got a Tolerance, Lowering the Barrier, Prysia’s Garden, The Ragman – A Hobo’s Story Untold, Roots in Richfield, Silently Steal Aaway, and U-Land.
After being fired from his job, disgraced poet Ted Wallace is summoned to Swafford Hall to either prove or disprove a series of strange healing events taking place within.
When an aspiring politician refuses to report his own daughter’s disappearance, his wife takes matters into her own hands, unleashing a scandal with disastrous repercussions.
After years of silence Liv begins to create a new language of her own by weaving together Shakespeare’s words. A neurologist commits her and Liv begins to rebel.
Fighting an unlikely quest for glory in her downtrodden hometown in Jersey where her life is falling apart, Patti Dombrowski tries to reach the big time in the hip hop scene with original and affecting music.
An entertaining and heart-warming story about two ordinary people who fall in love in extraordinary times, this poignant animated feature illustrates the immense social change occurring in England during the mid-20th Century.
In 2011, two Madrid detectives are charged with apprehending a serial killer, but their investigation reveals as much about the murderer as it does the Catholic church.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s second autobiographical film, with his son Adan playing the director as a young poet.
Ruth’s baby is talking to her and telling her to murder everyone. Killing creeps, clueless midwives, and even kindly strangers, Ruth won’t stop killing until the baby is born.
When Naomi and Maxime spend a day wandering a park, they share secrets as they fall in love. When night falls and they separate, bizarre happenings make Naomi question reality.
This engaging dramedy puts a new spin on the term ‘differently abled’ with a strikingly original tale about two 20-somethings in a Budapest rehab center.