Metropolitan State University kicked off its second year of hosting the Saint Paul film events for the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival on April 21.
The university was able to provide complimentary admission to Metropolitan State students for all films screened in the Film Space at Founders Hall Auditorium for the duration of the festival. The open film at Metropolitan State was “Theater of Life,”
a documentary film about Chef Massimo Bottura, whose restaurant Osteria Francescana was named the world’s best restaurant in 2016, sets his sights on a new culinary adventure: taking food that is to be thrown away and making it into delicious and nutritious gourmet dinners for the most vulnerable people in Modena, Italy.
The annual Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival is in its 36th year. Each year, the Film Society of Minneapolis scours the globe in search of cinematic excellence, otherwise not available in our part of the world. Last year, 45,158 attendees saw films from 72 countries.