Sound Unseen is proud to present two MN premieres to close out 2018, director John McPhail’s debut feature, Anna and the Apocalypse and veteran music and film director Joseph Kahn’s (Torque and Taylor Swift videos) Bodied. Both films premiered in 2017 and are now being released theatrical in 2018.
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The Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Festival (November 14-18) announced the full lineup for this year’s 19th edition of the film festival. Highlights include Midwest premieres of the SONIC YOUTH: 30 YEARS OF DAYDREAM NATION film compilation, Jordan Albertsen’s BOOM! A FILM ABOUT THE SONICS, Jonathan Sequeira’s DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTROM: THE RADIO BIRDMAN STORY, Olivia Lichtenstein’s TEDDY PENDERGRASS: IF YOU DON’T KNOW ME, and the previously announced WAITING: THE VAN DUREN STORY, directed by Greg Carey and Wade Jackson.
Sound Unseen is proud to present the MN premiere of the Finland heavy metal comedy Heavy Trip. Co-directors Juuso Laatio and Jukka Vidgren’s debut feature is the feelgood, follow-that-dream underdog rock comedy for the blast-beat bunch. A surprise hit at this year’s SXSW festival, “Heavy Trip,” crack out the corpse paint and make an offering to Odin, because here comes the funny-as-hellfire Finnish rock ’n’ road saga that made its SXSW crowd shriek like damned souls!
Sound Unseen and Twin Cities Gay Scene present the Minnesota premiere of “Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution” directed by Yony Leyser.
Following the screening of “Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution” Moon Palace Books is hosting a free after party! Ticket stubs from the film will get you half off drinks. Free entrance to the dance party and DJ Truthlizard will be spinning punk records from 8-12pm.
Sound Unseen and 89.3 the Current are excited to present the Minnesota premiere of “Hearts Beat Loud” by director Brett Haley. “Hearts Beat Loud,” was the 2018 Sundance Film Festival closing night film and stars Nick Offerman (Parks & Rec), Kiersey Clemons (Dope), Ted Danson (Cheers), Sasha Lane (American Honey), with Blythe Danner (Meet the Parents) and Toni Collette (Little Miss Sunshine) is one of the best reviewed American independent films of 2018.