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Homegrown Film

Check out this great interview on mnartists.org: SWEET LAND writer and director Ali Selim, MPR's Euan Kerr, and CHASING WINDMILLS creators Cristina Cordova and Juan Antonio del Rosario talk abut the future of motion pictures, wherever they may be.

Good news! Minnesota Stories is collaborating with mnartists.org to create a series of videos profiling local artists. The videos will appear on both MNstories and mnartists.org, and will also comprise a DVD that will be playing at the Minnesota State Fair and beyond. Very exciting stuff. Making videos about artists is probably one of my favorite things in the world. Isaac's 40 is the first video in the series, and a personal favorite.

July 17, 2006 at 04:29 AM in Film, Local, Videoblogging | Permalink

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Selim entered the commercial industry, first as a producer, and then as a director.

Posted by: Kelly at Jul 20, 2006 1:49:12 PM