CINEMA MINNEAPOLIS || NIGHT ONE
Tuesday, November 27
6pm Doors || 7pm & 9pm Screenings
CINEMA MINNEAPOLIS is a touring, decades-spanning collection of humorous and critically-acclaimed independent films from the Twin Cities. These films, about underground metalheads, private investigators, non-Scandinavian families, and the cyclical nature of the world, have screened nationally and internationally but are collected together for the first time in this unique two-night show.
* 7 pm * Lake Street Detective (Erik Hammen, 2017) Paul Dickinson ("Wonderful" in Tired Moonlight (2015) - New York Times) stars in a low tech comedy about a poet-detective searching a midwest metropolis for a mysterious thief -- from high society, to the underground, and beyond. "Charming" - The Stranger
(with "Ice rink at night")
* 9 pm * In the wake of a second cook (Rolf Belgum 2016) “A remarkable hybrid of art and life almost requires an entirely new definition of filmmaking.” - Vancouver International Film Festival
(with "The works and days of hands")