TCFF 2018 Indie Film Spotlight: LEZ BOMB & Interview w/ writer/director Jenna Laurenzo

Year after year, Twin Cities Film Fest supports women filmmakers, as well as LGBTQ-friendly films. Lez Bomb is written and directed by a woman, Jenna Laurenzo, who also stars in the film, talk about a triple threat! It's also one of the few indie films playing at TCFF that gets an encore screening. Oh and …

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FlixChatter Review: The Hateful Eight (2015)

Continuing his obsession with the spaghetti western genre, Quentin Tarantino has made another self-indulgent film that may divide some of his hardcore fan-base. Personally I thought it’s an entertaining picture but not one of QT’s best films. Set in a post-civil war Wyoming winter storm, Major Marquis Warren (Samuel L. Jackson) is deserted on the …

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Everybody’s Chattin + Trailer Spotlight: Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight

Happy Midweek everyone! Two more days until Friday 😀 How's your week so far? It's kind of a s-l-o-w week for me and there's been no Instagram updates from my dahling French crush so I'm missing him so much I could barely concentrate on anything today. Yes I live for Stanley Weber these days [sigh]... …

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Thursday Movie Picks #33: All in the Family Edition – Movies featuring Father & Son Relationship

Happy Thursday everyone! This is another entry to the weekly Thursday Movie Picks that's spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog. Here's the gist: The rules are simple simple: Each week there is a topic for you to create a list of three movies. Your picks can either be favourites/best, worst, hidden gems, or if …

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Six Degrees of Separation Blogathon: Hitchcock to Transformers Movies

Nostra, aka The King of Blog Series is at it again! This time in association with dutch movieblog "De Protagonisten" (who inspired him to do this). Check out the main blogathon page on My Film Views blog. Surely you're all familiar w/ the concept of Six Degrees of Separation, but here's the idea in his own words: …

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Oscar 2014 Winner Predictions & Reminiscing on Best Actor/Actress Nominees’ Early Roles

The film industry's biggest night is just three days away. Dozens upon dozens of award ceremonies have taken place in the past few months, culminating on Sunday with the Academy Awards! I figured I'll join in on the fun of predicting who will win the Oscars, split into two categories. The 'Should Win' here who …

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TCFF Opening Night featuring Alexander Payne’s NEBRASKA premiere

Twin Cities' cinephiles rejoice! Twin Cities Film Fest annual film festivities is upon us again, can't believe it's our fourth year already. 10 Days, 75 Films, 8 Top Awards Contenders & 22 Red Carpet Events. World premieres, Minnesota breakthroughs, one-of-a-kind treasures and Oscar front-runners. Yes, TCFF is back! But on top of all those movies, …

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Twin Cities Film Fest: Preview of 2013 Lineup

Twin Cities Film Fest (TCFF) is excited to offer a sneak peak at several films coming to their 2013 lineup, including some of the most anticipated films of the year. TCFF is less than two months away, it will will run from October 17 – October 26. Jatin Setia, executive director of the Twin Cities …

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