Local and National Directors to be Featured in St. Cloud Film Festival [AUDIO]
The fourth annual St. Cloud Film Festival is set to take to take place tomorrow (10/2) through next Wednesday (10/8). The film festival will be opening at Parkwood 18 this year with the films "Killing Happy" directed by David Brandvik and "Kumiko The Treasure Hunter" directed by David Zellner. St. Cloud Film Festival spokesman John Scott has seen "Kumiko The Treasure Hunter" and says this film has premiered at other high profile film fests.
Scott says there is also a variety of short films that have also been played at film fests like Sundance Film Festival.
There is also a good representation of local films being played this year.
Films will be played at the Pioneer Place starting Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Films will resume on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. with short films created by children in Central Minnesota using building blocks.
There will also be shows starting at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. The film fest will end at the Miller Center next Wednesday at 7:00 p.m with a film by Minnesota native Terry Gilliam, "The Zero Theorem."