The finest preserved art deco movie palace in America is in Fargo, North Dakota, believe it or not. Since I got my start reviewing just up the road in Grand Forks, I accepted an invitation to come to Fargo’s 14th Film Festival, set in my favorite theater in America. My friend and former colleague Matt Olien is one of the founders of it and helps run it when he isn’t hosting, doing interviews for and producing documentaries for Prairie Public TV up here. Snow, for a change, makes a great climate for movie bingeing, which I plan to do here in the REAL “Fargo,” you betcha, for a few days.
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