Made in MN Films

Filmography

There have been many movies filmed entirely, or in part, in the state of Minnesota. In 2016 there are two Minnesota-made films both getting prestigious premieres at SXSW: A Stray and I Am Not A Serial Killer.  In 2014 two MN-made films, Dear White People and Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, grabbed international attention and won awards at Sundance.  Minnesota has hosted larger studio films like North CountryGrumpy Old Men, and A Prairie Home Companion as well as award-winning indie films like A Serious Man, Factotum, and Sweet Land.

Whether drawn to the extensive range of urban and rural locations, the state's four distinct seasons, the exceptional production community, or the competitive incentives, more and more industry pros are choosing to shoot in Minnesota.

For a comprehensive list of films with production details click on the link below: 

Filmography_2016_October.pdf

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2000-2005

Uprising: Revolution from the Roots (2000)

Poor Fool (2000)

Peter (2000)

I Hate Babysitting (2000)

The Hymens Parable (2000)

Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks (2000)

Chasing Indigo (2000)

Here on Earth (2000)

Vixen Highway (2001)

Vision of a Misfit (2001)

The Off Days (2001)

Jerome's Razor (2001)

Great Lakes (2001)

Blackout Girl (2001)

Bill's Gun Shop (2001)

Wooly Boys (2001)

Sugar and Spice (2001)

Joe Somebody (2001)

Herman USA (2001)

How to Kill a Mockingbird (2002)

No Time for Cold Feet (2003)

Vernie (2004)

There nor There (2004)

New World Symphony (2004)

The Last Word (2004)

Detective Fiction (2004)

The Horrible Flowers (2005)

North Country (2005)

Factotum (2005)