Minnesota native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes returns for Twin Cities Film Fest

MPR News – Saturday, October 24th Minnesota native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes is set to appear at the Twin Cities Film Fest. Hawkes, who was born in Alexandria, will appear Monday night at a screening of his new movie, “Too Late.” Hawkes plays a tro …

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The Washington Times – Oscar Nominee John Hawkes Appears at Twin Cities Film Fest

ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. (AP) – Alexandria native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes is set to appear at the Twin Cities Film Fest. Hawkes will appear Monday night at a screening of his new movie, “Too Late.” Hawkes plays a troubled private investigator hired …

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Twin Cities Film Fest Day 1 – Quality Trumps Quantity

By Jared Huizenga – Contributing Writer – SunSailer McCullough took on the role of senior patrol leader last year and said he also works with adult leaders to help plan the troop’s monthly meetings and campouts. Aside from the leadership experience he’ …

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Twin Cities Film Fest – City Pages

By Andrew Ellis This week the Twin Cities Film Fest returns for another 10-day gathering, further cementing its status as one of the best up-and-coming film festivals in the nation. In 2015, it will be continuing its mission to not only celebrate film …

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Top Films to See at the Twin Cities Film Fest – Star Tribune

OCTOBER 18, 2015 — 2:00PM A24 FILMSBrie Larson and Jacob Tremblay in “Room.”  The sixth edition of the glitzy, studio-centered festival will run Oct. 21-31 at the ShowPlace Icon Theatre in St. Louis Park. It includes national and international screenin …

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Minnesota Native John Hawkes to Receive Award At Twin Cities Film Fest

  FOE KILLER FILMSJohn Hawkes (shown with Dichen Lachman) plays an L.A. private eye haunted by his past in “Too Late,” which brings him to the Twin Cities Film Fest next Monday.  Despite accolades for his film work, Minnesota native John Hawkes keeps a …

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