[Star Tribune] At 7 years young, Twin Cities Film Fest is a must-see

How does a scrappy little film festival become a regional tradition in less than a decade? The seven-year-old Twin Cities Film Fest (TCFF), an annual October gala in St. Louis Park’s Showplace Icon multiplex, expects about 15,000 attendees over the nex …

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The Oscar Goes To..

And The Oscar Goes To … Mike Augustyniak and Natalie Nyhus chat with Twin Cities Film Fest’s Executive Director Jatin Setia (4:15). WCCO Saturday Morning – February 27, 2016

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“Room,” “Brooklyn” and “Too Late” Win Top Awards at 2015 Twin Cities Film Fest

“Room,” “Brooklyn” and “Too Late” Win Top Awards at 2015 Twin Cities Film Fest ST. LOUIS PARK, MINNESOTA — Concluding a star-studded showcase that featured more than 100 films over 11 nights, the largest-ever Twin Cities Film Fest unveiled its 2015 awa …

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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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