• Jared Huizenga

2010 Twin Cities Film Fest Streaming Guide


With the Twin Cities Film Fest celebrating its 10th anniversary, I thought it might be a good time to gear up for 2019 by looking back at the last nine years.

In this “guide,” you will find streaming details for each film that’s screened at TCFF since 2010.

I’ve done my best to ensure the details are accurate, HOWEVER, with the vast number of streaming services and the rate at which streaming rights change, there will likely be some that are out of date. There are also a lot of other streaming services that aren’t mentioned here where films might be available.

Note: If you’re a filmmaker and want to add streaming details to the listing, or if I got something wrong, let me know.

Note2: If you’re a filmmaker whose film was posted by you or someone else for non-public consumption, please let me know and it will be removed.

 

(Sub = subscription-based, $ = available for rental/purchase)

180° South

Director: Chris Malloy

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: Free

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

 

The Activist

Director: Phillip Montgomery

Short

 

As Breath on Glass

Director: Andrea Bias

Short

 

Backyard

Director: Carlos Carrera

Feature

iTunes: $

 

Channel News

Director: Jacob Kindberg

Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

 

Circo

Director: Aaron Schock

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

Vudu: Free

iTunes: $

Tubi TV: Free

 

Conviction

Director: Tony Goldwyn

Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

HBO: Sub

 

The Cove

Director: Louie Psihoyos

Documentary Feature

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

Starz: Sub

 

Dinner Date

Director: Paul Von Stoetzel

Short

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PfPY7H8ewM

 

Down Terrace

Director: Ben Wheatley

Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

 

The End of the Line

Director: Rupert Murray

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: $

 

Essence

Directors: Katie Mac, Sabrina Osman

Short

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/16821879

 

Fair Game

Director: Doug Liman

Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

 

Fanny, Annie and Danny

Director: Chris Brown

Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

YouTube: $

Vudu: Free

Google Play: $

Tubi TV: Free

 

Flourtown

Director: William Slichter

Short

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpXse1JEVoU

 

A Good Day to Die

Directors: David Mueller, Lynn Salt

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: $

iTunes: $

 

Man Made

Feature

 

Nature of Existence

Director: Roger Nygard

Documentary

Amazon Prime: Sub

iTunes: $

 

Night Catches Us

Director: Tanya Hamilton

Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

Tubi TV: Free

 

Nowhere Boy

Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson

Feature

Netflix: Sub

Vudu: $

iTunes: $

 

Per Bianca

Director:James Snapko

Short

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN5dPPLOrR0

 

Percy Schmieser: David Versus Monsanto

Director: Bertram Verhaag

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

YouTube: $

Google Play: $

 

Ghost from the Machine

(formerly Phasma Ex Machina)

Director: Matt Osterman

Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

 

Photos & Drawings

Director: Jon Maichel Thomas

Short

 

Secretariat

Director: Randall Wallace

Feature

Amazon Prime: $

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

 

Sin Reterno

Director: Guillermo Ivan

Feature

 

Someone, Something

Director: Matt Joyner

Short

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user5018798

 

Streetball

Director: Demetrius Wren

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

YouTube: $

Vudu: Free

Google Play: $

Tubi TV: Free

 

Toxic Soup

Director: Rory Owen Delaney

Documentary Feature

Culture Unplugged: https://www.cultureunplugged.com/play/6660/Toxic-Soup

 

The Two Escobars

Directors: Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

ESPN+: Sub

 

Waiting for Superman

Director: David Guggenheim

Documentary Feature

Hulu: Sub

Amazon Prime: Sub

YouTube: $

Vudu: $

Google Play: $

iTunes: $

 

What’s on Your Plate?

Director: Catherine Gund

Documentary Feature

Amazon Prime: Sub

 

World’s Largest

Director: Amy C. Elliott

Documentary Feature