What to watch at the 2023 MSP Film Festival
The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival is back to its pre-pandemic scale, with over 200 films (including several with Minnesota connections) showing at venues across the Twin Cities April 13-27.
- Here's what to look out for this year.
"Ajooma": Meaning "auntie" in Korean, the international comedy follows a lonely widow who loves Korean soap operas as she navigates a trip from Singapore to Seoul. April 15, 16
"Losing Grip": University of Minnesota gymnast Shane Wiskus was "destined for a spot on the Olympic team" before the U cut the program in 2020. The documentary shows the fallout and his journey to train independently for the Olympic trials. April 16, 18
"My Robot Brother": In a "not so distant" future where all kids have humanoid robot assistants, the family-friendly film examines what could happen when one becomes the sibling a child never had. April 16, 22
"Medusa Deluxe": Murder mystery meets the world of competitive hairstyling in this comedy filmed in one take. April 21, 24
Plus: There's a secret screening of an intercontinental documentary that promises "mystery, intrigue and high-stakes crimes" in Minneapolis on April 20.
- Movie tickets are $15 each, or get the all-access pass for $400.
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