Flock to the Edina Film Festival

Support the Edina Art Center and get lost in the inaugural three-night, nine-independent-film lineup.

Whether you’re a cynical film junkie that’s sick of the dumbed-down, money-hungry flicks released by major film studios, or you’re just looking for a form of unique and simple entertainment to fill an autumn evening, the first-ever Edina Film Festival has just the lineup to pique your interest.

The Edina Art Center will present the three-night festival from Oct. 20-22 at the historic Edina Cinema (50th and France), which will show a lineup of nine films, including current indie features, Sundance-and Telluride-screened shorts, acclaimed documentaries and even an Orson Welles classic.

The ticket price for each session is $10. An all-festival pass is $30. All proceeds from tickets sales will go to help fund the Edina Art Center.

The Lineup:

Thursday, Oct. 20
7 p.m. - Incredibly Small with I'm Having A Difficult Time Killing My Parents
9 p.m. - The Telephone Game

Friday, Oct. 21
7 p.m. - Absence/Presence
9:15 p.m. - The Stranger

Saturday, Oct. 22
7 p.m. - Of Dolls & Murder and Forever's Gonna Start Tonight and Manhattan Melody
9 p.m. - Valley of the Sun

For more information, email the Edina Film Festival or call 612.564.5491. You can buy tickets online. For more info on the films, go to the Edina Film Festival’s website.