The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival takes place annually in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.

About the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival

The Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival is a springtime film festival in the U.S. state ofMinnesota that has been held since the early 1980s. With an annual attendance that exceeds 40,000, the MSP International Film Festival is known as the largest film event in the Upper Midwest. The Festival invites numerous films from all corners of the globe, and attracts a large number of independent filmmakers to the Twin Cities over the course of its run.

The 2013 Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival is scheduled for April 11-28, and will include a slate of 250+ films from over 60 countries.

The Festival is organized by The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul, a 501(c)(3) non-profit film exhibition organization operating out of the St. Anthony Main Theatre Complex on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Several other area theaters also participate in the film festival.

Because of the cultural heritage of Minnesota, a significant number of Scandinavian films are usually included. Locally-produced material is also highlighted through a series called MINNESOTA-Made.

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