37th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival - April 12-28, 2018April 28
Tracking Edith is the story of Edith Tudor-Hart, who lived a double life as a brilliant photographer and one of the most notorious spies for the Soviet Union.
Belén is a housecleaner, scrubbing away her days working for a banal, upper class family. Until she stumbles on the nudist colony next door, which unleashes her inner anarchist.
Abandoning a scholarship to medical school, Gregory ignores the wishes of his poor family to come under the influence of a wealthy male benefactor and become an artist.
When 19-year-old Cora returns home to Bucco to help her father organize the Feast of the Virgin of Bucco, she learns terrible secrets that a stranger unearths at the ceremony.
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 perfectly realized World War II drama chronicles the days before and after Norwegian monarch King Haakon VII made the decision to resist the German army.
When Rosie, the only child of a Chinese mother and an Iranian father, goes to Iran to participate in a poetry festival, she discovers the secret to her father’s disappearance.
In an Icelandic fishing village, Thor and Kristin’s intense friendship is tested when the latter starts to develop sexual feelings for the other in this coming-of-age film.
A look at guitarist Bill Frisell, who changed jazz, country, folk, rock, blues, pop, and even avant-garde in a career that spans over 40 albums and countless performances.
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.
After uncovering lost letters and videos, filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo goes on a journey to find out more about the death of her uncle from AIDS twenty five years earlier.
Blessin, Cori, and Tayla are three Seniors at a Baltimore charter school, who hope to be the first in their families to go to college, and also to win a three-state competition in step.
On Halloween 1997, Corey and Jonah take a walk through their neighborhood, sharing ghost stories that suddenly reveal a past of old abuses. “Strikingly original” -Empire
From Deepa Mehta, an improvised film about the notorious gang rape of a 23-year-old woman in India, Anatomy of Violence seeks to examine the roots of her rapists’ misogyny.
A sweeping biography of scientific and feminist pioneer Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and her work in the face of personal tragedy and professional chauvinism.
When Tiyaa finds herself in an arranged engagement to a young man, a wise man counsels her to find a wedding ring on the eve of a new moon, and her quest helps ease her troubled heart.
Using archival 16mm film from the actual voyages, Following Seas is the story of Bob and Nancy Griffith, who spent 20 years sailing around the world with their family.
In 1950s Tuscany, Verena, a young nurse, is helping a young boy who is suffering trauma over the death of his mother while also contending with a haunted castle.
When workaholic Ignacio suffers a heart-attack, he finds himself in the care of a man called the Master, who, with the lesson of Seven Seeds, teaches our hero to be a happier man.
When introverted private detective Aloys Adorn loses valuable surveillance tapes, he is caught either in a web of blackmail or pushed into a journey of love and self-discovery.
Men on a fishing expedition are brutally gunned down by the Venezuelan military, and its two survivors must face a government that wants the story buried and the men imprisoned.
Endless Poetry is Jodorowsky’s second autobiographical, and most Freudian, film, as his real-life son Adan plays the director as a young man. “[O]h, happiness! To finally be making a kind of cinema that heals!” —Jodorowsky
When Curro returns from prison, he finds his girlfriend with José. When he goes to José’s country home to settle the score, Curro realizes he’s fallen right into José’s trap.