WI/MN Showcase Films

11 Life Lessons from an Awesome Old Dyke

The trials, tribulations and titillations of a badass named Dorothy. ...

Balloons

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
A 10-year-old girl is upset by taunting, but she manages to bring some color and happiness into the world around her when, by magical coincidence, a huge pile of balloons is dropped off at her feet. ...
Flyway Film Festival 2015

Flyway Shorts at the Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
A selection of short films specially curated for the Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts Films in this program include: A Letter To A Terrorist– Directed By Parthiban Shanmugam Balloons– Directed By Sitora Takanaev I Am From– Directed By Aleshia Mueller Kadi– Directed By Lawrence Agbetsise Shaping The Public– Directed By Dawn Mikkelson The Barry and Ro Show– Directed By Jordan Liebowitz The Sonatina– Directed By Kate Balsley Winterlude– Directed By ...

I Am From

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
In this documentary film, Hudlin Wagner recognizes that women students of color on her campus were dropping out for non-academic reasons. She seeks to solve this retention problem by creating healthy women as defined by the Native American perspective, women who are made whole by the integration of spirit, soul, heart, environment, and community. ...

It Gets Worse

In a cartoon world where anything is possible, Warren begins his day in a whirlwind of chaos. Once it seems as though he has gotten control over his situation, Warren makes it to the front door of his apartment building only to find out that it gets worse. ...
Flyway Film Festival 2015

Late Night Short Films

Curated from over 1400 submissions, the 2015 Flyway Film Festival is very pleased to present a selection of short films for our opening night. Films in this program include: Daddy’s Little Girl- Directed By Chad McClarnon Little Cabbage- Directed By Jen West From The Sky- Directed By Ian Ebright Monkeys- Directed By Christopher Soren Kelly Hunter’s Fall- Directed By Peter McCarthy Long Distance Calling- Directed By Andrew Gitomer Winterlude- Directed By Gregory Bishop See you there! ...

Lost Conquest

Directed By: Mike Scholtz Long before Columbus, Viking explorers claimed the state of Minnesota. And the nice folks who live there have the ancient artifacts to prove it. Lost Conquest is a deconstructionist documentary about why we believe the things we believe. With swords. ...

Miss Tibet: Beauty In Exile

Director Norah Shapiro in attendance Q&A will follow the film High in the Indian Himalayan epicenter of the exiled Tibetan world, a maverick impresario stages a most un-Tibetan spectacle: a western-style beauty pageant. When a Tibetan-American teenager travels to India to participate in this “pageant with a difference,” she is forced to confront the intersection between her cultural identity and her life in the western world. ...

Oh Noah

Noah builds a big ass boat to save the world’s animals from a watery grave, but soon learns he may have overlooked some things. ...

Old Fashioned: The Story of the Wisconsin Supper Club

Supper club restaurants were the hot dinning trend in the mid twentieth century. They provided a place for people to spend their evenings enjoying cocktails, home cooked, high quality food and entertainment. The supper club scene slowly faded from the rest of the country, but kept a strong hold in Wisconsin due to a culture that allowed it to thrive. Around for decades, supper clubs in Wisconsin have been able to hold their own style and traditions. While chain restaurants continue to expand and...
Flyway Film Festival 2015

Saturday Afternoon Short Films/ Pepin

Curated from over 1400 submissions, the 2015 Flyway Film Festival is very pleased to present a selection of short films for your Saturday afternoon. Films in this program includes: Une Liberation- Directed By Brian Crewe Sugarhiccup- Directed By Lisa Donato Oh Noah- Directed By Greg Bro It Gets Worse- DIrected By Johanna L. Schread Imagination- Directed By Catherine Chepik Bottomless- Directed By Véronique Vanblaere The Path- Directed By Tobias J Brebner Outlier- DIrected By Jacob Popek The Son...
Flyway Film Festival 2015

Saturday Afternoon Short Films/ Red Wing

Curated from over 1400 submissions, the 2015 Flyway Film Festival is very pleased to present a selection of short films for your Saturday afternoon. Films in this program includes: Une Liberation- Directed By Brian Crewe Sugarhiccup- Directed By Lisa Donato Oh Noah- Directed By Greg Bro It Gets Worse- DIrected By Johanna L. Schread Imagination- Directed By Catherine Chepik Bottomless- Directed By Véronique Vanblaere The Path- Directed By Tobias J Brebner Outlier- DIrected By Jacob Popek The So...

Shaping The Public

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
A story of how a determined diverse group of artists (from graffiti artists and breakdancers to an orchestra) occupied a vacant lot in urban Caracas, Venezuela resulting in the Tiuna el Fuerte Cultural Park. This park, embedded in a community known for its druglords and poverty, is now home to a thriving arts scene receiving national and international acclaim. ‘Shaping The Public’ also screened October 10, 2015, as part of the Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts. ...

Sugarhiccup

A neurotic journalist searches through digital clues trying to decipher a mysterious message left by her fiancé who has suddenly disappeared. ...

The Dinkytown Uprising

Director Al Milgrom is expected to attend Q&A will follow the film The year is 1970 and the disastrous Vietnam War keeps escalating. Protests are erupting all over U.S. campuses. But in Minneapolis, word that the national Red Barn Restaurant chain wants to erect a new fast-food franchise in old, venerable Dinkytown, the “war at home” takes a different turn. This stunning documentary chronicles the unprecedented 40-day, 40-night continuous Dinkytown “Occupation” to prevent constructio...

The Sonatina

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
While working a dead end job at a thrift store, a young man rediscovers his passion for music. ‘The Sonatina’ also screened October 10, 2015, as part of the Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts. ...

Tired Moonlight

Every town has a post office, lovers, guns, switchblades and beer. You just have to know where to look and when to look the other way. Pitting grand landscapes against dinners of fried chicken and the roar of V8 engines on Saturday nights. Tired Moonlight wanders through Solitaire games (always won), secrets lost in cavernous hearts, and the fifty miles of bad roads that always gets you home. Ms. West has an easygoing, perceptive sense of character and place, and an almost complete allergy to cl...

Une Liberation

On the eve of the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation during World War Two, Juliet, an American resistance member, risks her life descending into the city’s underground tunnels to deliver a secret message to fellow fighter Jean. However, a final deadly encounter with a pair of German deserters threatens to destroy the very thing she’s been fighting for. ...

Winterlude

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
A surrealistic narrative about a young woman who retreats into her subconscious sanctuary to escape the impending fate of a worldwide cataclysm. Drifting between a dark limbo and tranquil forests, she discovers that her real world fears are seeping into her sanctuary, manifesting themselves in frightening ways. ...

Your Mississippi

Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts
The Mighty Mississippi is an artery America can’t live without. It is the great collector of everything this country does, both right and wrong. It is a river of recreation. It is a river of navigation. From locks and dams to hunting and fishing. This is Your Mississippi. ...