First Showing Outside Of Minnesota!

 How Love Won will be shown at the Oxford Film Festival.

Announcement details here

Winner of a MSPIFF Audience Choice Award

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Showings

How Love Won has been submitted to some of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. Thousands of films get entered in these festivals and only a few hundred are selected to be shown. But I’m told we have a better-than-average chance of making some of these lineups.

World Premiere:Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival April 7-23.
Tuesday April 12, 2016 7pm at St. Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis, MN
Saturday April 16, 2016 1pm at Metro State in St. Paul, MN
“Best of Fest” show added:
Thursday April 28, 2016 7:10pm at St. Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis, MN

June 24-30 St. Anthony Main Theater – Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul. Shows at 1:00pm, 5:10pm & 7:20pm daily except no 7:20pm show on Monday June 27. Advance tickets available here.

November 6 4pm St. Cloud Film Festival – 4pm show. Advance tickets for $5 available here.

February 17 or 18, 2017 Oxford Film Festival, Oxford, Mississippi – Details TBA

As additional dates and showtimes are set I will post them here.

The Buzz

What people are saying about How Love Won

‘How Love Won’ won me over

Chris Hewitt – Pioneer Press Movie Critic

Chris Hewitt – Pioneer Press Movie Critic

How Love Won is a film of triumph, full tear-jerking moments of personal testimony and hands-in-the-air celebrations of communal jubilee.
Film Playing During Pride Highlights ‘How Love Won’ In Minnesota

Jonathan Sharp—WCCO-TV

Jonathan Sharp—WCCO-TV

The highest audience score of any documentary at the 2016 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival

MSPIFF – Audience Choice Award Winner

MSPIFF – Audience Choice Award Winner

What happened was so interesting and so passionate…this movie that captures that.

John Williams- WCCO-AM Radio Host

John Williams- WCCO-AM Radio Host

This is such a brilliant and emotionally powerful documentary. It’s one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen in my life.

Shawn Otto, award winning author, screenwriter, and co-producer of the Academy Award® nominated movie House of Sand and Fog

Shawn Otto, award winning author, screenwriter, and co-producer of the Academy Award® nominated movie House of Sand and Fog

To say the film was well received would be an understatement. The film’s director, Michael McIntee of The Uptake, received a standing ovation. The film moved many audience members to tears as it roused memories of the lows and highs of the campaign to vote ‘no.’

New documentary highlights campaign that defeated anti-gay amendment

Andy Birkey – The Column

This is a story that needed to be told. This was the moment in history that changed everything.

Nancy Nelson, award winning radio and television host

Nancy Nelson, award winning radio and television host

Movie Credits

A lot of people did a lot of work to make this film possible.

Read the full credits here.