The Twin Cities Film Festival in St. Louis Park, Minnesota wrapped up yet another successful run, with packed houses and powerful films from October 21-30. The annual visual arts celebration showcased more than 90 feature films, shorts and filmmaker conversations across 10 days, combining virtual showcases with a robust return to in-person theatrical screenings. In-person screenings took place at the Showplace ICON Theatre in St. Louis Park, while online films showcased on the website through their TCFF STREAMS platform.
Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, already the winner of the coveted People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, took home TCFF’s Best Feature Film prize. The festival’s top non-fiction award went to Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler’s Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, which documents former ACLU Deputy Legal Director Jeffery Robinson’s groundbreaking stage talk on the history of anti-Black racism in America.
Most importantly, we have some joyous photos from the ten days of festivities, please enjoy!
Photographers at the Twin Cities Film Festival included Dallas Smith Photography and Quinn Smith Photography.