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    St Cloud Film Fest

    St Cloud Film Fest      

    This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

    This activity is made possible by a grant from the Central Minnesota Arts Board, through funding provided by the Minnesota State Legislature.

    Presented by St. Cloud Film Fest at Pioneer Place on 5th

    November 16-November 19, 2013

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    The St Cloud Film Fest is 4-days filled with unique showings of shorts and features that celebrate the independent nature of filmmakers.


    Saturday, November 16th - 3PM Runtime: 109 minutes [BEST of 2012 – **FREE SHOW**]

    • The Disinherited [dir. Towle Neu] (2012 SCFF Best Cinematography)
    • Blood Terror of the Night Fiend [dir. Bri Deihl] (2012 SCFF Best Narrative Film)
    • Go Ganges! [dir. Ben Gottfried] (2012 SCFF Audience Favorite)


    Saturday, November 16th - 7PM Runtime: 109 minutes [2013 SCFF Opening Night]

    • Me and Ewe [dir. Trinity & Barry Andersson] Boy meets girl; Ram meets Ewe; It's all the same. It’s a stop-motion animation directed by 12-year old Trinity Andersson.
    • Episode 5 [dir. Bri Deihl] A humorous and award-winning look at the life of paranormal investigators. The Electric Fetus presents Andrew
    • Bird: Fever Year [dir. Xan Aranda] Fever Year captures Bird’s precarious multi-instrumental looping technique and features live performances with collaborators Martin Dosh, Jeremy Ylvisaker, Michael Lewis and Annie Clark.

    Sunday, November 17th - 3PM Runtime: 99 minutes

    • Deadlines [dir. Michael Kelley] How far will a struggling artist go to find the inspiration he lacks?
    • Click [dir. Ben Watkins] Two spies push each other to the brink.
    • Torn [dir. Kassandra Langum] A young girl searches for her birth mother after the sudden death of her adoptive parents and learns a life-lesson about how some things don’t always work out as planned.
    • Permanence [dir. Calvin Johnson] Stanley and Rebecca engage in the most illegal of things – love.
    • Vows [dir. Alex Kohnstamm] Two friends rob an apartment and steal a wedding proposal. Pursuit [dir. Chad Smith] A woman is followed through the woods.
    • The Dunsing Plan [dir. John Scott] A pair of failing small-town factory owners consider everything in order to preserve their family's legacy.
    • Brighton [dir. Michelle Stenberg] Four strangers, connected through Brighton Beach on Lake Superior, move through a deep emotional crisis from winter to spring.

    Sunday, November 17th - 7PM Runtime: 108 minutes

    • RPG OKC [dir. Emily Carmichael] Two 8-bit video game characters enter the world of online dating.
    • City Boots [dir. Ryan Strandjord] A lesson in taming a beast becomes a lesson in taming each other.
    • Panhandler [dir. Kevin Horn] A struggling writer has a chance encounter with a mysterious man whose life story may provide the inspiration he finally needs.
    • Reporting on The Times [dir. Emily Harrold] How did the biggest news story of the century go missing? The Youth Shelter Supply presents
    • Ground Control [dir. Mike Thienes] A high-production video that features maneuvers performed by talented snowboarders.
    • Nashorn Im Galopp [dir. Erik Schmitt] Urban estrangement in a shoebox diorama.

    Monday, November 18th - 7PM Runtime: 104 minutes

    • A Better Life [dir. Conor Holt] A new treatment for her comatose husband compels Diane to reexamine their relationship.
    • Dust [dir. Shane Book] A young poet’s final evening with his girlfriend sparks memories of an afternoon spent with his ailing grandfather.
    • Walter [dir. Hunter Weeks] A feature-length documentary about the world's oldest people who embody the spirit of living a full, happy life.

    Tuesday, November 19th - 7PM Runtime: 75 minutes [2013 Closing Night | Award Show]

    • Kid’s Stop-Motion Films [dir. Today’s Youth] Children (ages 6-15) collaborate to make their own stop-motion animation shorts.
    • “DAY FOR NIGHT” WINNER [dir. TBD] “Day for Night” is not only our tribute to French filmmaker Francois Truffaut it is a FREE weekend contest where each participating team draws a genre, then is given a prop, and a location. They have 72-hours to make a write, shoot & edit a film. The judges narrowed it to three and the public voted for their favorite.
    • The Healing Musical [dir. John Gigrich] A documentary crew captures behind the scenes footage of the world’s first healing musical.
    • Nanuq of the North [dir. Jill Jones and Brent Yontz] A young girl plagued by illness in a cold, unforgiving land and a steadfast protector who will help illuminate her way. [program and schedule subject to change]


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      • Venue Info

        Pioneer Place on 5th

        22 Fifth Avenue South
        Saint Cloud, MN 56301

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      • Admission Info


        $5 per Show
        $20 Festival Passes

        Info Phone: 320-203-0331

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      • Dates & Times

        November 16-November 19, 2013


        Saturday 16th
        3PM - Best of 2012 Show
        7PM - 2013 St Cloud Film Fest

        Sunday 17th
        3PM - 2013 St Cloud Film Fest
        7PM - 2013 St Cloud Film Fest

        Monday 18th
        7PM - 2013 St Cloud Film Fest

        Tuesday 19th
        7PM - 2013 St Cloud Film Fest

        (Each show is its own program with unique films.)

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