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Animal

A dream; a meditation upon the interconnectedness of all things and the role in which the human animal finds itself indelicately balanced.

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As You Like It

An animated adaptation of the famous play by William Shakespeare, transposing the setting to a Southeast-Asian environment.

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Awakening

When a young social elite at the turn of the nineteenth century explores life as a modern woman, she risks losing the man she loves and a certain future.

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Away We Go

The bond between a sister and brother remain strong through all of life’s ups and downs.

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Becky Doll • Young Fresh Fellows

The lesson is simply, listening brings back what is missing, listen. This young girl may have died in this metaphor, but with the Becky Doll’s encouragement, she lives on.

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Beyond the Line

A wheelchair dreams of one day being fast like a racing car.

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Big Happiness

Big Happiness is a personal exploration of adoption, identity, and colorblindness growing up in a transracial family.

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BJ's Mobile Gift Shop

A young Korean-American hustler runs throughout the city of Chicago making sales out of his “mobile gift shop”.

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Breakdowns

A mockumentary-style TV series about Patty Lee Casting, a Minneapolis-based casting office that pines for the good old days when the local film industry was booming.

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Brooklyn Red Caps

Otis Hughes is the 73 year-old captain of the Brooklyn Red Caps, a multi-generational cycling group that includes cyclists of all levels.

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Buried

Brian, a CEO of a major car company, wakes up on a desolate beach buried up to his neck in sand. His captor? Mara, a member of an environmental terrorist organization.

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Charlotte's Photographs

The forgotten snapshots of a nurse in 1940's Minneapolis take us into the world of women's work in this animated musical documentary.

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Copycut Scanfill

Photos collapse and colors collide in this jauntily abstracted cartoon!

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Dawn Chorus

A man is haunted by a cosmic entity.

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Department Of Injustice

A fictional caller contacts the U.S. Department of Justice to report an incident of killing by the police. ?Department of Injustice? comments on the state of justice and accountability regarding police violence in America, in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

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Do I Qualify for Love?

The autobiographical story of trans-masculine, disabled, nonbinary, award-winning filmmaker, Atlas O. Phoenix (formerly Ayesha Adu,) as they revisit a physically abusive night with their parents.

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Empty Places

Completed before the global lockdown, Empty Places is an ode to the melancholy of machines.

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Endless Yesterdays

In the 1960s, racing driver Max Harper's career becomes overshadowed by guilt and PTSD following the death of his teammate.

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The Fire Next Time

Rioting spreads as social inequality causes tempers in a struggling community to flare, but the oppressive environment takes on a life of its own as the shadows of the housing estate close in.

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Flex

He may be god enough, but is he good enough? A slightly surreal comedic exploration of a bodybuilder’s self-loathing and self-loving.

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The Game

A whistle. All eyes on the referee in the football stadium. Now he has to decide.

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Good Medicine

The music video for Cryote's new single, "Good Medicine".

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Green Grass

Two hopeful migrants make the arduous journey to what they’re sure must be a better life only to confront the reality that their destination may no longer be the place they believed it was.

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The Hands of an Elder

The importance of Cree culture in an ever-changing world.

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Hugo

Just as we were settling into lockdown and adjusting to a new normal, the universe dealt us a most devastating hand. Pets aren't just pets, they're family.

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Hunger Ward

Nominated for a 2021 Oscar®, HUNGER WARD documents two women health care workers fighting to thwart the spread of starvation against the backdrop of a forgotten war.

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Ice Ball

Legendary polar explorer, Will Steger, inspires a community by preserving the forgotten craft of ice harvesting.

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Ignited States

A bold and scrappy documentary that follows a modern-day uprising in Minneapolis and beyond, as protestors demand justice for George Floyd.

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In France Michelle is a Man's Name

Michael, a young trans man, returns home to the rural American West after years of estrangement from his parents.

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In Passing

After years apart, two Venezuelan-American sisters confront their demons and say goodbye, one last time.

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In The Meantime, With You

When closeted Bryant is caught by his tormentors from high school, he decides to leave everything behind; except not without gifting his two best friends something that'll change their lives forever.

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Jagged Walker

The woman portrayed in Jagged Walker claims “nasty” as feminine power. She transforms into her true self by unplugging misogynistic misconceptions.

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Jumper

After a strange encounter in an elevator, a businesswoman is convinced she is being followed by the building's nighttime janitor.

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Keon

KEON, a young Black photographer, meets up with his brothers, Amiri and Dre, and they embark on a journey to acquire a new camera to complete his college entrance portfolio.

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Kitchen Dance

A conceptual short dance film that explores the multi-dimensional lives of women and their work.

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The Last Station

A man is overcome with memories and desire as he waits in the station where he last saw her.

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Latinos in Taiwan

The story of three Latino Chefs in Taiwan, and their motivation to cook Latino food, and share their Latino culture with the local Taiwanese.

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Make Him Known

Four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore has been fighting for the release of a wrongfully convicted man named Jonathan Irons, who has inspired her pursuit of criminal justice reform.

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Master Servant

An ambitious, young railroad executive comes face to face with his own moral decay in his blind pursuit of wealth and status.

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MeTube: August sings 'Una furtiva lagrima'

Intergalactic music nerds August and Elfi conquer the opera stage and orchestrate their final adventure in an opulent manner.

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Never Turn Your Back to the Wave - The Travis Jordan Story

The family of Travis Jordan fights for justice after he is killed by Minneapolis police officers.

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No More Pipeline Blues (On This Land Where We Belong)

A new music video from Rock the Cause Records, created to stop Line 3 in Minnesota.

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Nurture

A short documentary about a man's struggle with substance abuse. He recounts the beginnings of his abuse, his childhood, recovery, and his relationship with his children.

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Old Met

On a large plot of land in Bloomington, MN, the relentless forces of capitalism transform the landscape time and time again.

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Pay Me

A tongue in cheek parody of protest songs from the 60s and 70s presenting a view of the selfish society that we can’t seem to shake.

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Pilar

A dangerous intruder gives Pilar the chance to discover the wild animal within and the means to escape the post-apocalyptic village she lives in.

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Pit Stop

A simple gas station pit stop turns into a heated battle of principles.

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Poise

Lying on the bed of a small room, a man is in a stalemate, unable to decide. Time is suspended within and outside of him, in the minimalist room and in the geometric city.

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Present Tents

A man wakes up one morning to find an unfamiliar tent in his front yard, and all of his self-professed progressive pieties come crashing down

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Racc Racc - KND Steezo - Official Music Video

A bank heist themed music video shot inside of the vault of the Grain Belt brewery in Minneapolis, MN.

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Reflectivore

A film about loss and the journey of a beautiful, intelligent, caring, and inspirational person that served as mother, wife, and friend to some involved in this project.

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Rosario

Rosario follows two Mexican sisters as they adjust to life in the US. Their struggles are told through conversations full of bickering and meals cooked with love.

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Sad Beauty

When mankind causes its own demise, what could bring consolation?

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Salt River Water Walk

Follow the Salt River Water Walkers on an Indigenous-led ceremony as it creates community and builds relationships with the earth through the shared goal to care for the water.

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Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd

The incomprehensible police murder of George Floyd on May 25th, sparked a global uprising, the epicenter in Director Cy Dodson's Minneapolis neighborhood, revealing an immersive observation of unrest in the days between the killing of George Floyd and the charges filed against police officer Derek Chauvin.

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She Used to Laugh

Under the familiar glow of the spotlight, Jay wrestles with a past relationship in the only way he knows how.

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Slime

Slime, taken from Double Grave's album 'Goodbye, Nowhere!

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Strung

Eric must rely on the survival skills of an enigmatic nine-year-old boy to help him battle vicious withdrawals and self-deprivation to catalyze change within his family's cycle of addiction.

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The Sun Still Shines

Conveying a message of hope and resilience, drawings by Rita Blitt are merged with the music they inspired, composed by Michael Udow.

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The Truth About Hastings

Witness Marjorie’s 93rd birthday descend into an intergalactic psychedelic nightmare.

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Überfrog

When a chase for a delicious dragonfly goes awry, a frog finds himself on a journey towards higher levels of amphibian consciousness.

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Until We Find Them

An intimate portrait of two journalists seeking truth and justice for Mexico's disappeared. Un retrato íntimo de dos periodistas que buscan la verdad y justicia para las y los desaparecidos de México.

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The Vanishing Hitchhiker

Franz meets a young and mysterious hitchhiker who says he has had a car breakdown. After some hesitation, Franz accepts and accompanies her home.

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Waves

A black, deaf teen wants “Waves” for prom night, but his haircut falls into the hands of an inattentive, rookie barber.

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The Winter

Walking in a snowy forest, a peasant sees a mysterious deer and goes to follow it. The deer allures him and the peasant even wants to catch it.

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Yoruga

A lonely old man pays a visit to Yoruga, one of the last animals on Earth.

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Young Roots, Deep Rhymes: a film about Priest

As a young African American artist, Priest is a role model who is calling youth to have pride in who they are and where they came from.

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You're the Kinda Guy

Michelle Rose's original 1950's-themed song about overlooking the many flaws of the handsome guy you know is no good.

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