The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival is the most ambitious and best attended film event in the Upper Midwest.  Over its three-week run, the Festival presents an exciting and diverse slate of some 300 narrative, documentary and short films from over 60 countries, hosts many visiting filmmakers to introduce and discuss their works, sand includes an array of events, panels, discussions, and parties.  The Festival takes place on the five screens of the St. Anthony Main Theatre, set along the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis.

Czech and Slovak Cultural Center of Minnesota would like to invite to Czech and Slovak films at Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival.

Films from Slovakia

Matchmaking Mayor

 

Showtime: 

Apr 17 2012 – 5:30pm

Apr 27 2012 – 1:45pm

The House

 

Showtime: 

Apr 19 2012 – 4:45pm

May 1 2012 – 6:45pm

 

Films from Czech Republic

Nicky’s Family

 

Showtime: 

Apr 22 2012 – 4:00pm

Apr 29 2012 – 3:45pm

Matchmaking Mayor

 

Showtime: 

Apr 17 2012 – 5:30pm

Apr 27 2012 – 1:45pm

Leaving

 

This first (and last) feature film by former Czech President Vaclav Havel, the internationally renowned playwright and dissident who led the Velvet Revolution that toppled communism in Czechoslovakia in 1989, was completed shortly before Havel’s untimely death in 2011.

Showtime: 

Apr 18 2012 – 5:00pm

Apr 20 2012 – 1:45pm