Casket Cinema is Mark Wojahn and Wilbur Ince's underground studio-cinema. They started it in 2008. It is dedicated to showing the best in independent documentaries. It is located in the old Northwestern Casket Building in Mark Wojahn's art studio. Films usually show on the first Thursday of every month and begin at 8pm. Films are often paired with local organizations that have a vested interest in the subject matter. At the conclusion of the film we have a question and answer with the special guests. So many times after watching a documentary a person wonders what is the next step? At Casket Cinema, that can be answered immediately during the Q&A. We hope you can make the next screening.

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Selected Exhibition History 2008-Present

*A Bold Peace, with special guests Veterans for Peace & others.

* Dust & Illusions, with special guest veteran Burners David Scnack & Cher Louise.

*Half The Road, with special guests Martha Flynn of Little Bellas & Anna Schwinn.

*Exposed, with special guests MN burlesque performers Gina Louise & the Ladyslippers.

*Disturbing The Peace, with special guests the Jewish Community Relations Council.

*13th, a free screening with doantions going to legal defense fund for african americans.

*Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock, with special guests teen

activists from the front lines.

*Eva Hesse, special guest art historian Amy K. Hamlin PHD.

*The Summer Help, special guest director Melody Gilbert.

*Requiem for the American Dream, special guest, community organizer Wolfgang Tattenbach.

*Reality of Truth, special guest photographer Vance Gellert.

*Yarn, special guests; Knitteapolis and thread spinner Karen MacEwan.

*How Love Won, special guest, director Michael McIntee.

*Robert Bly, special guests; producer Dominic Howes and men's retreat vet Dougie Padilla.

*Where to Invade Next, Special guests; Veterans for Peace' Dave Logsdon.

*Running on Climate, special guest Brandon Long, Chair of the MN Green Party.

* Racing Extinction

* Bikes vs. Cars, special guests Seth from Recovery Bike shoppe.

* Killing Us Softly 4, special guests; Pilar Gerasimo of Experience Life Magazine, Abby Stavig of Olson Advertising and Antonnette Trussoni of A&E Casting.

* Beyond The Divide, special guests filmmaker Jan Selby, Dave Lodson of Vets for Peace and mediator Janet Rowles. 

*DamNation, special guest Amy Childers of the Minnesota DNR.

* Just Eat It, special guests tbd. 

* The Human Scale, special guest sustainability experts Dylan Skybrook & Joshua Fox. 

*The Starfish Throwers, Special guest director Jesse Roesler, star Allan Law and editor Bill Kersey. 

*GriefWalker, special guest artist Maggie Griffin, Spoken word artist Jennifer Kornhorst. 

*Bidder 70, special guest Andy Pearson of

*For the Love of Beer, special guests Lady Beer experts; Gera Exire Latour, Tara Alcure, Kathleen Culhane and Rachel Gray. 

*GMO OMG, special guest organic farmer Greg Reynolds of Riverbend Farms.  

*Symphony of the Soil, special guest- farmer David Van Eeckhout of Hogsback Farms. 

*Fixation, special guests Jason Lardy of the MN Cycling Center and Brent Fuqua of Recovery Bikes.

*Crafting A Nation, special guests Director of Phography Brendan Harris & local brewer Brent Michlitisch.

*Occupy Love, special guests Osha Karrow of Occupy MN. 

*Price of Sand, special guests, Director Jim Tittle and Land Stewardship Project's Bobby King. 

*Here Comes the Sun, special guest local sustainable builder Ramy Selim. 

*The Bloom-Episode #3, special guest Director of Photography David Schnack. 

* Experimental Films of Coleman Miller, director present!

* Thrive, with special guest Cat Thompson

* Where Soldiers come From, with special guest  Dave Logsdon from Vets for Peace chapter #27

* Driver 23

* I AM, with special guest Dougie Padilla.

*Electronic Awakening, with special guest Reverand Zed and David Schnack

*Klunkerz, with special guest Seth Stattmiller of Re-cycle bikes.

*Eat the Sun

*Growthbusters, with special guest David Paxson, President of World Population Balance

* Greenhorns, with special guests Anna Cioffi from The Land Stewardship Project and Jim Bovino from the California Street Farms

* The Great Mystery, with special guest Swami Dougie Padilla and Priest Paul Jarvis

* Bomb It!

*Burzinski, with special guest alternative health expert Cat Thompson

* FLiCKerwith special guest professor Mike DuVernois.

*Xperimental Eros, curated by Noel Lawrence and Craig Baldwin.

*Garbage!The revolution starts at home, w/special guest Susan Young, Minneapolis' Trash Lady, Graffiti Maven and Shopping Cart Diva.

*Fierce Light, w/special guests from Non-Violent Peace Force.

*Electoral High School, w/special guest City Councilman Kevin Reich.

*Zeitgeist:Addendum, w/special guest currency expert Richard Kotlarz.

*Good Food:Shorts on how we eat, w/special guest organic farmer David Van Eeckhout of Hogs back Farm.

*Senator Obama Goes to Africa, w/special guests Obama Inaugural attendees, Christine & Teresa Lewis.

*The War Tapes

*You Never Bike Alone, w/special guests  Wilbur Ince of the Roadkill bike club, and Dave Kraft.

*I am Trying To Break Your Heart, w/special guest, singer Dana Thompson.

*Unknown White Male

*Sicko, w/special guests alt. medicine research and photographer Vance Gellert.

*What Would Jesus Buy?, w/special guest sustainability expert Krista Leraas.

*Our Daily Bread, w/special guest, food lawyer, Tom Dunwald from the Eastside Food Coop.

*Lost Film Fest, w/special guest & host from Philly! Scott Beiben.

*Fog of War

*Rethink Afghanistan, w/special guests Veterans for Peace.

*Iraq in Fragments

*Uncovered:The War in Iraq

*World of Conflict

 Here is a link to Casket Cinema on Facebook

 Casket Cinema founders, Mark & Wilbur.


Mark Wojahn has a studio in the Old Northwestern Casket Company since 2008. He shares the 1200' space with photographer and filmmaker David Schnack. We are usually open on the first thursdays gallery crawl 7-9pm, for the big spring art open studio event, Art-A-WHIRL and for the fall open building event, CACHE' at the Casket.

One end of the studio is a shooting bay and a cinema wall. We are set up to shoot portraits, small film and video spots, simple music videos, tabletops and events. Give us a call to have your portrait or shoot done here with us at our great NE Minneapolis studio.