TCFF Day 7 reviews: The Liability, Casual Encounters, How I Live Now

Now that TCFF has wrapped, I'll be posting some reviews from the last few days of the film fest, as well as which films won the TCFF Awards which was announced last night. Glad to see some of my personal favorites getting nominated. You can check out the list here. Now here are some films …

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TCFF Short Films Spotlight: Interview with ‘Hot & Bothered’ & ‘A Better Life’ filmmakers Jake Greene & Conor Holt

Desperate singles get all tangled up when a compulsive internet dater loses track of her accounts. Directed by: Jake Greene and Natalie Irby Interview w/co-director Jacob 'Jake' Greene: 1. Tell us about your filmmaking background, how you got started in the business. I started making independent shorts and web series when I lived in Nashville, …

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TCFF Day 9 and Closing Day Film Highlights

Happy Friday everyone!! We've still got a couple of days worth of festivities before TCFF wraps, but sadly today is my last day covering the film fest as I'm flying to NYC on Saturday morning to attend my sister-in-law's wedding. No fret though, I'll still be posting some of the reviews from both days, as …

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TCFF Day 8 Film Highlights and Interview with ‘The Big Noise’ director Dominic Pelosi

It's already Day 8 of TCFF! Boy, time flies when you're having a blast! We've got a bunch of great films screening today, check out our host Ingrid Moss introducing what's playing today: ... I'm excited for The Big Noise and One Chance (aka the Paul Potts movie), which couldn't be more different in terms …

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TCFF Day 7 Highlights: MN Shorts 2, The Liability, Casual Encounters, How I Live Now

Only four more days left at TCFF but there are no shortage of great films to look forward to. Between my two volunteer staff and I, there's a myriad of shorts, documentary and feature films we're planning to catch tonight: Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 4:00pm …

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TCFF Day 5 and 6 Highlights: MN Shorts, Ghost Light, The Armstrong Lie documentary, They Will Outlive Us All

Here are what's in store for Day 5 and Day 6 at TCFF. As you can see, there's something cool to look forward to every single day, and there's always something for everyone! I'm a bit sidelined by a cold today so I had to skip one of the films I had gotten a ticket …

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TCFF Day 4 recap + reviews: Family-themed Shorts, Cafeteria Man, Farah Goes Bang, Diamond on Vinyl

Hope you're still enjoying our TCFF coverage, now on our fourth day! The only Sunday of the 10-day of TCFF, we've got a mix of documentary, feature as well as a collection of shorts dealing with relationships. Here's the list of the family-themed shorts in order of appearance: A Better Life – 12 minutes The …

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TCFF Day 3 Interviews: Forev’s director Molly Green, Winter in the Blood’s Chaske-Spencer, & Bahamian Son’s director Andrew Melby

It was another fun day at TCFF yesterday! Following the Women in Film panel, the fun continues with the rom-com Forev, Bahamian Son and Winter in The Blood. I got a chance to meet up with Forev director Molly Green, which is as awesome as she is talented! It's so great to meet with a …

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TCFF Day 3: Women in Film panel & film highlights: Forev, Winter in the Blood, Truth or Dare & More!

It's another gorgeous Fall Day in the Twin Cities... and with TCFF underway, all is well in the [cinematic] world 😀 Here are some of the film highlights of Day 3 from our hosts Doug Sidney and Ingrid Moss: My day starts with the Women in Film Education Panel, featuring three filmmakers/talents whose films are …

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TCFF Day 2: Trust, Greed, Bullets and Bourbon: Review and interview with Director Scott Kawczynski

It's two for two once again on Day 2! After watching a well-crafted and eye-opening documentary Gladiators: The Uncertainty of American Football, it's time to see the heist thriller I've been looking forward to. In between films, I caught up with director Scott Kawczynski right after his red carpet interview. Connecting with filmmakers/talents is always …

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