Twin Cities Film Fest


The fifth annual Twin Cities Film Fest is coming this October.
The festivities are scheduled for Thursday October 16 – Saturday October 25!



5 Reasons you should join TCFF Pool-side at the University Club in St. Paul on Friday, September 5th:

  1. Sneak Peek the 2014 festival line-up (see trailers and clips from this year’s most anticipated films).
  2. Become a TCFF Member and/or purchase festival passes.
  3. Learn about the TCFF film selection process, and be the first to know about this year’s special guests and events!
  4. Silent auction and raffle drawings throughout the night!
  5. Experience DJ Jake Wylie’s* musical styling as you sip on a cocktail and enjoy some delicious appetizers!

    *Dr. Wylie’s passions lie in electronic composition and music theory. The recording engineer and musical producer for the past five hip-hop mixtapes of singer/rapper Toussaint Morrison, he also specializes in electronic instrumentals across a range of genres, and film scoring.  Dr. Wylie is not a product of his environment, his environment is slowly becoming a product of his innovation. While some have written off the evil producer- well, as evil, the dubious instrumentalist has bestowed tens of thousands of free downloads to film creators and fans across the globe, chalking up a fanbase via Free Music Archive and touring with Toussaint Morrison.

University Club
420 Summit Ave
St Paul, MN 55102

Cocktails start at 6:30
Sneak Preview begins at 7:30

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. film enthusiasts and festival supporters can enjoy cocktails, appetizers and exciting silent auction items while listening to live entertainment from local Minneapolis musicians. At 7:15 p.m. attendees will get an exclusive first look at trailers and clips from films featured in the 2014 festival lineup, as well as learn about 2014 festival guests and events, the film selection process and how to become a TCFF Member.

All proceeds benefiting Twin Cities Film Fest, happening October 16-25.


BeyondRightAndWrongThursday, July 31, 2014
6:30pm – 9:00pm
St. Paul Athletic Club
340 Cedar St #5, St Paul, MN 55101
Cash Bar – 6:30pm
Screening – 7:15pm

$10 per ticket
($5 discounted tickets for TCFF and SPAC Members)

Space is limited!*Special Guest Speaker from the MInnesota African American Museum

 Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice & Forgiveness
Directed by Lekha Singh & Roger Spottiswoode

BEYOND RIGHT AND WRONG follows the stories of survivors, like Beata, whose children were murdered in the Rwandan Genocide; Bassam and Rami, who each lost a daughter in the conflicts in Israel and Palestine; and Jo, whose father died in the bombing of the Grand Hotel in Brighton during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Relying on the survivors’ own words, BEYOND RIGHT AND WRONG does not dwell on the violence and loss but highlights healing through forgiveness, as victims and perpetrators alike begin humanizing the people they once perceived as enemies or animals. By sharing their experiences of loss and anger, their struggles with forgiveness, and their efforts for peace, these survivors have opened a discussion on the role of forgiveness in the search for justice.


Stay tuned for more updates for this year’s events.

Check out the TCFF Archives page for posts from the last three years.

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3 thoughts on “Twin Cities Film Fest

    • Hi Guy, welcome to FC! No unfortunately I couldn’t see Lambent Fuse as it was on the exact same time as Machine Gun Preacher. I’m connected to Matt Cici on Twitter and I talked to him at one of the panels. I’m hoping to get an interview with him also and will be featuring his film on my blog when it’s available at local theaters for the general public.

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