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Youth Summer Camps Open for Registration

February 6th, 2019

FilmNorth is offering 15 camps for youth ages 10-18, plus our expanded 3-week FilmNorth Academy for more experienced filmmakers ages 17-24. Whether you’re into screenwriting, narrative filmmaking, music video, animation, or photography, there’s a camp for you! Full schedule here.

2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards Screenings

The Film Independent Spirit Awards celebrate the achievements of today’s most compelling filmmakers. For this exclusive program, members of the Walker, Film Independent, and FilmNorth have the chance to see 20 of the year’s finest indie films—nominees for Best Feature, Best First Feature, Best Documentary, and the John Cassavetes Award—at no charge. Information, schedule, and RSVP here.

Eighth Grade, 2018. (Photo courtesy A24 Films)

2018 FilmNorth Gala Honorees

December 14th, 2018

Two industry icons were honored at FilmNorth’s annual Gala on November 15: Oscar® nominated writer/director Debra Granik, whose masterfully crafted films touch and inspire cinema lovers around the globe, and local favorite Al Milgrom, who has changed the cultural landscape of the Twin Cities through his lifetime of film programming and advocacy. The following day Ms. Granik’s film LEAVE NO TRACE was nominated for 4 Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, and in early December she was named Best Director by the L.A. Film Critics Association. The FilmNorth Gala was hosted by Twin Cities media legend Robyne Robinson.

 

FilmNorth Gala November 15

October 9th, 2018

This year we honor two industry icons: Oscar® nominated writer/director Debra Granik, whose masterfully crafted films touch and inspire cinema lovers around the globe, and local favorite Al Milgrom, who has changed the cultural landscape of the Twin Cities through his lifetime of film programming and advocacy. Hosted by Twin Cities media legend Robyne Robinson. Full details here.

Theatre de la Jeune Lune – A Photographic Celebration

Currently on exhibit in the Marsden/Gustafson Gallery at FilmNorth. More info here.