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Minnesota Film Critics Alliance Member Profile: Nicholas Palodichuk

Nicholas Palodinchuk is host of the St. Paul Filmcast podcast, where he talks about independent movies from the Twin Cities and chats with local filmmakers.

Here’s more about Palodichuk:

How long have you been producing content about movies?

I’ve been hosting the “St. Paul Filmcast” podcast for three years.

Where do you live and/or produce content about movies?

I live in St. Paul.

What type of content do you produce about movies?

I interview independent filmmakers from the Twin Cities and surrounding areas catering mostly to Minnesota.

What motivated you to create content about movies?

My deep passion for film and artists.

What inspired your love of movies?

When I grew up I didn’t have a TV so my only outlet for visual media was film. My parents took me to see movies frequently. We finally got a TV when I was 7.

What do you enjoy most about living in Minnesota ?

Hot Dish!! And the seasons of course.

What is your favorite movie theater in Minnesota?

The Parkway!!

What are some of your favorite movies from the past year (2019)?

“Parasite,” “The Lighthouse,” “Transit,” “Apollo,” “Climax,” “Knives Out” and “Marriage Story.”

What are your favorite movies set in Minnesota?

“Fargo,” “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Sweet Land.”

Where can people find your work?

Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and iTunes,

Are you on social media platforms? If so what are your handles?


Author: Matthew Liedke

Journalist and film critic in Minnesota. Graduate of Rainy River College and Minnesota State University in Moorhead. Outside of movies I also enjoy sports, craft beers and the occasional video game.

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