37th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival - April 12-28, 2018April 21
Based on the true story of men and women who risked their lives to contain the Ebola virus in Nigeria, 93 Days is a compelling human story of dedication, sacrifice, and survival.
When a beloved cat dies, bureaucrat Dona Flor must make an accounting of what her life really means.
When Bay Area Pars Radio seeks to unite Metallica with Afghani rockers Kabul Dreams in an on-air jam, what could go wrong? A wonderfully dry comedy from director Babak Jalali.
When doctors told Mike McQuay’s parents that their son was autistic, Mike Sr. formed the Hammerheads, a swim team of autistic athletes that is winning medals and changing lives.
A rich portrait of a Hot Jazz musician who also happens to be one of the most valuable music archivists in America. With performances by the Nighthawks, his 11-piece band.
When Zahira is forced into an arranged marriage, this young Pakistani woman who grew up with her family in Belgium, rebels, pushing her family past its breaking point.
A mesmerizing portrait of dancer Wendy Whelan as she prepares to leave New York City Ballet after a record-setting three decades with the company.
Kenneth, an Englishman, and Theres, a German woman, are separated on a vacation to Greece when his mother falls ill. 30 years later, their paths cross.
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.
When one member of a group of drug-addicted, disaffected teens murders a young woman, the others’ response is cover up the crime and bury whatever feelings remain.
Shipped to a concentration camp, French Resistance member Olga crosses paths with German SS officer Helmut, who once fell madly in love with her and still harbors feelings.
When Olli Maki gets a chance at the featherweight championship, he is forced to set aside his youthful optimism and decide if he’s ready to become a hardened professional.
Chef Massimo Bottura sets his sights on taking food that is to be thrown away and turning it into delicious and nutritious gourmet dinners for the most vulnerable people in Modena.
Two activists, Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis, take cameras in hand and record the Ferguson uprising in the wake the murder of teenager Michael Brown at the hands of police.
When his taxi breaks down after a performance in Azerbaijan, French actor Jean-Paul accidentally wanders into Armenia, which is in a state of near-war with its neighbor.
From director Danis Tanovic comes this critique of European politics and conflict, captured in one evening in a chaotic luxury hotel on the anniversary of the start of World War I.
Three hapless fools lose a winning lottery ticket and are forced to wander through Bucharest, in and out and back again in this Beckett-like comedy.
After tough Ukrainian immigrant Marija loses her job in a Dortmund, Germany hotel, she turns to other illicit pursuits, determined to raise the money to open her own hair salon.
Zaynab has to keep much of her life a secret from her conservative mother, secrets like being in love with a Mexican woman and that she’s training to be a Lucha wrestler.
A pair of bounty hunters chase a pair of homeless teens across Europe, seeking a cell phone with explosive information.
An examination of the disappearance of Martin Verfonden, a Dutch farmer who relocated to Santoalla, Spain to live off the land, and ran afoul of the village’s top family.