Sound Unseen Film Festival announces 7 initial selections for 19th edition of the film festival (November 14-18)
Sound Unseen is thrilled to announce the entire film lineup along with dates, times and venues for the upcoming 18th annual Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Festival taking place November 8-12, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. Sound Unseen will screen over twenty films (documentaries, narratives, short films, and music videos) at the newly expanded Trylon Cinema and Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-MPLS, MN: Sound Unseen is thrilled to announce its entire film line-up along with venues for the upcoming 17th annual Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Festival taking place November 10-13, 2016 in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN. Sound Unseen will screen over twenty films (documentaries, narratives and short films) at three locations: McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, the Trylon microcinema and Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis.
Sound Unseen will once again feature eight films “In Competition” with a five person jury choosing a winner for a cash prize award, presented and sponsored by Cine-O-Matic. This year’s film programming was curated by Jim Brunzell and Richard Gill.
Tickets will range between $10-$15 for individual festival screenings. Individual tickets for all events will go on sale on Wednesday, October 12. Sound Unseen’s music line-up, events and jurors will also be announced Weds. Oct. 12th.
NBD. Just a little humble brag...
A few weeks ago we received an email from MovieMaker Magazine (the nation’s leading resource on the art and business of making movies and the world’s most widely read independent film mag) letting us know we've been chosen as one of the festivals to be listed on their 2016 "25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World". 🙌🏽 👏🏾 🎉
Some of our very own favorite festivals have had the same honor (shout out to Flyway Film Festival, True/False Film Festival), so we're incredibly humbled to be listed next to some of the best (and apparently coolest) festivals from around the world.
The Fall 2016 print issue will be appearing on newsstands starting September 20, but will have special distribution at the Toronto International Film Festival before that date, so if you are attending TIFF you'll be able to pick up a copy. You can read the article online HERE.
We'd love to thank whomever nominated us (you're swell!), the esteemed panel for choosing our little ol' fest, to our volunteer-run staff, and to the amazing MSP community for continually supporting our efforts. Thank you, MovieMaker Magazine, you've made our day (and year)!