The annual Sound Unseen Film Festival features more than 20 music-related films, which are screened in person at several Minneapolis theaters from November 10 to 17.
Tickets for most movies are $12, with many available for viewing online the day after the in-person screening. For full schedule and ticket details, visit soundunseen.com.
The nine films will feature on-stage interviews with directors, producers and stars involved in the project. Take a look at what’s on tap.
“toothed” a documentary about Alanis Morissette; director Alison Kleiman and producer M. Jay Callaghan; 7:30 PM Nov 10; Parkway Theatre.
“I Really Get Into It: The Underage Architects of Sioux Falls Punk,” A look at the Sioux Falls punk scene of the late ’80s and early ’90s; director Brian Bieber; 7 Nov 11; Trylon Cinema.
“Invisible: Gay Women in Southern Music,” The Widely Untold Story of Gays in Country Music; director TJ Parcel; 7:15 p.m. Nov 11; Bryant Lake Bowl.
“Witness Underground” A look at the DIY Jehovah’s Witnesses music scene in Minneapolis; director Scott Homan; 6:30 PM Nov 12; Women’s Club of Minneapolis.
“Picture My Face: The Story of Teenage Head” Follows the Canadian glam punk band’s effort to return; director Douglas Aerosmith; Nov 12 at 7 p.m.; Trylon Cinema.
“Deadguy: Killing Music,” a documentary about the short-lived New Jersey band; director William Saunders; 7:15 p.m. Nov 12; Bryant Lake Bowl.
“Skating Polly: Ugly Pop,” The Story of a Punk Rock Trio from Oklahoma; director Henry Mortensen; 9:15 p.m. Nov 12; Trylon Cinema.
“riverbank” A profile of the Rev. Vince Anderson, a progressive Christian spiritual leader; director Nick Canfield and film subjects Paul Lovelace and Anderson; noon 14 November; Bryant Lake Bowl.
“Out of Time: The Material Issue Story,” A look back at the history of Chicago power pop band Material Issue, whose lead singer died at the height of stardom; director Balin Schneider, music supervisor Glenn Phillips and band members Ted Ansani and Mike Zelenko; 7 Nov 14; Parkway Theatre.