see18

The see18 Film Screening Room is the first state-of-the-art cinema in any major U.S. airport. Curated with help from The Film Society of Mpls–St. Paul, it features around-the-clock short films and award-winning documentaries by filmmakers from the Upper Midwest, including TPT Minnesota Originals. Travelers are able sit down and relax with a good film and experience our culture, history and people. Film screenings are free.

The room also features art exhibitions and intimate stage performances.

Season 6

Minnesota Sizzle Reel by Micah Kvidt
True North is a state of mind. It’s filled with a sense of adventure, culture and curiosity. It isn’t a direction or place on the map; it’s individual moments of awe that lead to self-discovery through destinations and the journey between them. Minnesota invites you to discover something new in the world and within yourself. No matter which route you take, they can all lead to your True North.

Pink by Tyler Eichorst
A local community, an amatuer hockey team, and a charity event that changed a town back in 2010.

Green Card Voices – Aasma Shaukat
Green Card Voices is a Minneapolis based, nationally growing non profit that connects immigrants and their communities through multimedia storytelling. We record the first person narratives of immigrants of all immigration statuses, and publish them in books, online and in traveling exhibits.

That’s What We Hear on The News by Jamal Ali
An Iraqi engineer compares being a student in Oklahoma in the late 1970s with being a refugee in Minnesota thirty years later.

Spark Moments by Maribeth Romslo
Watch real-life pioneers in STEM at the beginning of their journey, when they first felt empowered to explore their interests and pursue their dreams!

Green Card Voices – Sampson Linus
Green Card Voices is a Minneapolis based, nationally growing non profit that connects immigrants and their communities through multimedia storytelling. We record the first person narratives of immigrants of all immigration statuses, and publish them in books, online and in traveling exhibits.

Tough by Jennifer Zheng
New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time.

Wenonah by McKnight Fellowship
Wenonah Wilms 2018 McKnight Fellow in Media Arts

Waabooz by Molly Worre Katagiri
Twelve year-old Rabbit spends most of his days, drawing, collecting comics, and avoiding the teasing of his peers. Insecure and shy, Rabbit dreads dancing in the upcoming powwow and begins to draw Waabooz, a superhero that embodies his desired self; bold and unafraid. Through traditional storytelling, imagination and a little magic, Rabbit’s mysterious Grandfather helps bring Waabooz to life.

PaviElle French by Kate McDonald
In collaboration with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, interdisciplinary artist PaviElle French wrote her first symphony about her community in the Rondo neighborhood of St. Paul.

True North by BJ Schulz

Travel Documents by Mahmoud Ibrahim and Nathan Fischer
An Iraqi-Palestinian man living in Baghdad has his identity documents stolen two weeks before his immigration interview at the US embassy. Reminiscent of the many times he has told his life story to officials, he retells his story to a sketch artist who draws what he hears.

Winona’s Fun History by Cynthya Porter
Short featurette on the fascinating history of the city of Winona

E.G. Bailey by McKnight Fellowship
E.G. Bailey 2018 McKnight Fellow in Media Arts

New Neighbors by E.G. Bailey
How far will a mother go to protect her children?

Mary Jo Hoffman Design by Amy Melin
What started as a project she was “practicing” for retirement turned into a full-time creative enterprise for former aerospace engineer Mary Jo Hoffman.

Beebox by Cable Hardin
The story of contemporary agriculture and a need for change, from the perspecitve of a bee and its box.

Green Card Voices – Fadumo Yusuf
Green Card Voices is a Minneapolis based, nationally growing non profit that connects immigrants and their communities through multimedia storytelling. We record the first person narratives of immigrants of all immigration statuses, and publish them in books, online and in traveling exhibits.

Life in Miniature by Ellen Evans
A short film about small things – and the woman who creates them.

Meeting at Half Past 5 by Daria Litvichenko
There’s no doubt that the world is cruel and corrupt. Still, this evening Philip gets another proof of this.

The River of The Kukamas by Nika Belianina
This film is a tranquil journey through the waters and cosmology of Kukama people, a disappearing culture in Amazon basin of Peru.

Music For Mandela – Soweto by Ashleigh Rowe
Minnesota Orchestra, Minnesota Chorale and the Gauteng Choristers perform at Regina Mundi Catholic Church in Soweto, the township at the center of the anti-apartheid movement.

Green Card Voices – Kim Uy
Green Card Voices is a Minneapolis based, nationally growing non profit that connects immigrants and their communities through multimedia storytelling. We record the first person narratives of immigrants of all immigration statuses, and publish them in books, online and in traveling exhibits.

Irish Prince by Joey Garfield
When an older gentleman reveals to his pals how he met his wife, the story turns out to be a lot more familiar than expected.

The Phantom 52 by Geoff Marslett
Loneliness is a trucker who calls out on his CB radio waiting for a reply that never comes; A ghost that haunts the deserted highways; and a whale that sings at a frequency no other whale can even hear.

Tundra Swan of Pool 8 by Aan Stankevitz
This film highlights the annual Fall migration of Tundra Swans along the Mississippi River near Brownsville, MN