Despite the hot weather, last night more than 10,000 people attended the Walker Art Center’s first ever Cat Video Festival.
On the very same day as the opening of the Minnesota State Fair, the first trailer for a new movie called “Butter” is released. Coincidence? You decide…
This week’s hounds recommend a festival dedicated to far northwest Minnesota’s cultural heritage, a South Korean video artist exploring the recesses of inner city Seoul, and a theatrical alternative to kids’ Saturday morning cartoon rituals.
As the tributes and remakes piled up for his song ‘Somebody That I Used To Know,’ Gotye was inspired to go one step further.
MN Original is releasing the first videos from this year’s Rock The Garden.
The leading ladies of Shakespeare’s plays get together to decide which of them is ‘Best in the Canon.’
At a recent TED Talk, Watts beat the speakers at their own game, managing to sound brilliant while making no sense whatsoever.
Last night marked the second annual awards ceremony for Videotect, a video competition that was created to get people thinking about urban design issues.
A charming animated film pays homage to the joy of reading, your local library, and the secret lives of books. Oh, and it won an Oscar.
You have until February 10 to vote for your favorite short film promoting smart design and transportation.