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Three Finnish films in the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival
April 17 @ 8:00 AM - April 29 @ 5:00 PM
Three Finnish films in 2018 International Film Festival
In the 2018 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, three Finnish films will be featured, including the visit of one of the three directors. For general information
“Euthanizer” (Armohurmaaja, 2017)–“a darkly comic drama about a man merciful to animals but ruthless to humans.” For info about the film.
Directed by Teemu Nikku, this film won Best Screenplay in the Tokyo Film Festival.
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1–Tues, April 17, 9:55 pm
Uptown Theatre–Sun, April 22, 9 pm
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1–Thurs, April 26, 4:35 pm
“Miami” (2017) — “the off-stage dance between two sisters, and the shifting interplay of affection, admiration, distrust, and resentment that fuels their absorbing journey through genre territory.” For info about the film.
Written and directed by Zaida Bergroth
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1–Sat, April 21, 9:05 am
St. Anthony Main Theatre 4–Mon, April 23, 9:55 pm
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1–Wed, April 25, 2 pm
“A Moment in the Reeds” (Tämä hetki kaislikossa, 2017)–the story of Leevi, a young literature student from Finland, and Tareq, a recent asylum seeker from Syria–one of the first queer feature films from Finland. For info about the film.
Directed by Mikko Makela–will be present at screenings
St. Anthony Main Theatre 2–Fri, April 27, 7 pm
St. Anthony Main Theatre 2–Sat, April 28, 4 pm
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