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The five-day festival will feature over 80 films of various lengths, including some shot in the Northland.
The actor, a star of Academy Award Best Picture winner "CODA," returned home to an exuberant celebration and a mayoral declaration at the DECC on Monday.
"The world is changing," Durant said about the rising representation of the Deaf community onscreen.
The cast of the Best Picture contender met with first lady Jill Biden and President Joe Biden in the Oval Office.

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The 2014 Ukrainian film "The Guide" will have its premiere at Detroit Lakes' Washington Square Cinema 7 this Friday, March 18, with additional screenings throughout the week. Proceeds from the film will benefit the Ukraine Relief Fund.
The 94th Academy Awards will be held March 27 at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood and televised live on ABC.
The "book vs. movie" debate about which is better — reading the original book, or the movie upon which it is based, or vice versa — has raged ever since the first film was adapted from a novel.
The Detroit Lakes Public Library will be hosting its third installment of "Movie Musicals Through the Decades" this Thursday, Dec. 16, with a 2 p.m. screening of the MGM classic "Singin' in the Rain," starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor. The screening is free and open to the public.
The most wonderful part of Ellen's 2008 wish from Make-A-Wish North Dakota was that it didn’t end with our return to our Larimore, North Dakota, farm. Anna, who knew that Ellen and Rosebud had bonded on the Santa Buddies movie set, gave her Rosebud and arranged to have the puppy flown to Winnipeg on Dec. 17.
The sheriff's office says the investigation remains "open and active."

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A new event has been scheduled for Friday, July 30 at the Detroit Lakes Pavilion, in conjunction with the community's Sesquicentennial (i.e., 150th) Birthday Celebration. The Intrepid Adventure Film Festival will include screenings of a series of short, adventure-related films and panel discussions with the filmmakers and actors inside the Pavilion, along with concessions, bar service and live music from October Road on the adjacent City Beach.
Todd Melby looks at an iconic movie in his book “A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of ‘Fargo.’”
For the past 25 years, anybody from Fargo who has traveled anywhere has probably gotten the same question. “You’re from Fargo? Do people really talk like they do in the movie?” As “Fargo” celebrates the anniversary of its release, city arts and business leaders look back on what it’s all meant.

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