THE MINNE MINI FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS THIS SEPTEMBER

The Minne Mini Film Festival returns again this September for two nights of fantastic shorts, spirited discussion, and fantastic spirits (we mean the beer). As in years past, we will feature around 50 films, all two-minutes in length or less, over a two-hour program. Many of these films will have creators from right here in Minnesota!

Tickets are now available for this year's event for $10. Due to the increasing popularity of the event, we've extended this year's run to two nights. Click the date you'd like to attend below to visit the ticketing site:

You can also purchase tickets over the phone by calling 612-825-8949.

Scroll down to learn more about the 2018 Minne Mini Film Festival. Click here to RSVP for the event on Facebook.

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NOT TOO BIG, NOT TOO SMALL

It's not always easy being the little guy in a big city, but lucky for us we've found a home at the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater.  Don't let the name fool you; Bryant-Lake Bowl is more than just a bowling alley.  It's a full-featured theater with high-definition projection and out of this world sound.  The fact they have a huge tap list and delicious food menu is just icing on the cake. 

Click HERE to learn more about Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater.


 

Dates & Times

Due to popular demand, we're extending this year's run from a single night to two! Both nights will feature the same program, giving more people a chance to see these small films up on the big screen. Each night consists of a two-hour program of films (with a short intermission) and an opportunity to mingle with the filmmakers during our open-theater after-party.

Tickets are now available for this year's event for $10. Click the night you want to attend below to go to the ticketing site. You can also purchase tickets over the phone by calling 612-825-8949. 

Click here to RSVP on Facebook!


NIGHT 1

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

7PM-9PM SCREENING

9PM-11PM AFTER-PARTY

NIGHT 2

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

7PM-9PM SCREENING

9PM-11PM AFTER-PARTY

 

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Festival Program

Films are listed in alphabetical order by title, along with their director(s). Asterisks note films made by Minnesotan filmmakers.

  • -2F - Paul Eckhardt*
  • A Pantheon Brand - Frank White*
  • A Slice of the Action - Demi Turner*
  • "A Tragedy" A Comedy - Desmond Confoy
  • Achoo! - Robert Keane
  • Apprentice - shrijith s
  • ASTROKNOT!!! - Joel Erkkinen*
  • Blackboard - Reza Golchin
  • Bringing schools to where there are none! - Gianmarco D'Agostino
  • Domestic Cat - Tim Pattinson & Zheng Kang
  • Door Jam - Bethany Goodwin, Zachary Howatt, Kyle Odefey*
  • Duality - Boris Takovski
  • Ellie Saves America - Sierra Obioha*
  • Emerald Exile - Fintan Power
  • Ephemeral - Deb Ethier
  • Feygel the Pigeon Keeper - Emily Fritze*
  • Four Sides - Jenell Diegor
  • Gravedigger Dave's Halfway House - Keith Hopkins*
  • Harmony - Patrick Schwalbe*
  • Her Mother's Eyes - Foreign Fauna*
  • House for Sale - Isaac Rodriguez
  • How to Make a Garden Omelette - Robert Wagoner
  • I Am Wet - John Akre*
  • I Hate Mowing the Lawn - Jason P. Schumacher*
  • Indigo - Ignacio F. Rodó
  • Invisible Heel - Ryan Simantel
  • limbo - Gokce Erenmemisoglu
  • Little Skeleton - Jennifer Levonian
  • Lola on Ice - Anita C. George
  • Lying - Regan Meyer*
  • Momentum - May El Hossamy
  • Photos - Peche Roberts
  • Plushophilia - Mauricio Marces
  • Poem of Autumn - Coco Iso
  • 臣道連盟 (shindo renmei) - Lucas Becker
  • Sunder - Desmond Confoy
  • The Balking Dead - John Maslowski
  • The Bathroom - Emma Atkins*
  • The Buggyman - Karolina Kraus
  • The Girl Who Lived - Desmond Confoy
  • The Monster - Javier F. Espadas
  • The Moves - Zachary Wentz*
  • The Void - Joseph Dutra*
  • Three Million Dollars - Dan and Bramwell Noah
  • Two Oranges and a Lemon - Allison Beda
  • Utlagar Hirde - Kacper Slonina
  • Wacipi - John Gigrich*
  • Waiting for Lena - John Barnes
  • Weathergram - Gary Berosik*
  • Wizards - David Mair*
  • Zipperman - Edward Linder*