The greatest lava-fueled love story ever told.
• Rolling Stone •
Bad Axe is the story of a young filmmaker at a crossroads trying to figure out how to make a film about his family…as the entire world was at a crossroads.
• The Hollywood Reporter •
Surprisingly, the best stuff isn’t even hockey.
• Minneapolis StarTribune •
Everything Everywhere works magic by embracing excess…and reminding us of the beauty and lunacy of the human experience along the way.
• Slant Magazine •
Humanity comes in its most selfless in All That Breathes.
• Harper’s Bazaar •
I Didn’t See You There is first-person poetry in captivating motion, expressed with a singular, assured artistic voice.
• RogerEbert.com •
The Territory is a work crafted both by its director and by the indigenous community whose story it tells.
• Indiewire •
The Painter and the Thief is an astonishing, emotionally electric documentary about the unexpected friendship between artist and thief.
• The Guardian •
Director Lisa Hepner [The Human Trial] places the camera like a fly on the wall to watch the messy scientific process play out in real-time.
• Diabetes Daily •
Bitterbrush is a captivating and meditative look at two intrepid young women.
• Los Angeles Times •
Boys State is a portrait of the country in microcosm: divided, but not yet irredeemably lost.
• Washington Post •
The festival thanks its generous sponsors. Major sponsorship provided by the Department of Humanities, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, the College of Sciences and Arts, and the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.
Michigan Technological University is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer, which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
All events are free and open to the public. They will be held in Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts on the Michigan Tech campus. Please see the Festival Admission page for information about how to get in.