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A sneak peak at documentary chronicling “How Love Won” in Minnesota

A sneak peak at documentary chronicling “How Love Won” in Minnesota


A trailer has been released for How Love Won, a 90 minute documentary about the fight for marriage equality in Minnesota. A world premiere date has also been set; the film was selected for the Minneapolis-St Paul International Film Festival coming up in April.

Here’s the trailer:

The World premiere dates at the MSP International Film Festival have been released but exact showtimes will be released on March 17:

Tuesday evening April 12, 2016 at St. Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis, MN
Saturday afternoon April 16, 2016 at Metro State in St. Paul, MN
Sunday afternoon April 17, 2016 at the Galaxy 14 Cine in Rochester, MN
Exact showtimes will be released on March 17.

For more information about the documentary, check out The Column’s interview with the film’s director.

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Andy Birkey has written for a number of Minnesota and national publications. He founded Eleventh Avenue South which ran from 2002-2011, wrote for the Minnesota Independent from 2006-2011, the American Independent from 2010-2013. His writing has appeared in The Advocate, The Star Tribune, The Huffington Post, Salon, Cagle News Service, Twin Cities Daily Planet, TheUptake, Vita.mn and much more. His writing on LGBT issues, the religious right and social justice has won awards including Best Beat Reporting by the Online News Association, Best Series by the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and an honorable mention by the Sex-Positive Journalism awards.


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