SUN Sailor Editions St. Louis Park

Sailor Voters guide Statewide run Candidates are running for the St. Louis Park City Council in Wards 1-4. Page 10 Peggy Flanagan has joined the ticket of gubernatorial candidate Tim Walz. Page 3 ST. LOUIS PARK Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 y, O ng i m o s c y! e t i s eb ursda o w w Ne h i s T h e sure t t b asier t. 19, g Oc ur new, e te. n i t r Sta k out o websi chec navigate om c . to sun n r.m o l i sa -  9/20!"2 (SUBMITTED PHOTO) A still depicts a scene from the fi lm “The Bachelors.” Actor Josh Wiggins is scheduled to attend the Twin Cities Film Fest’s screening Saturday, Oct. 28. Twin Cities Film Fest runs through Oct. 28 Four selections highlight addiction issues By SETH ROWE seth.rowe@ecm-inc.com Amid a plethora of short fi lms, studio fi lms and indie fl icks, movie en- thusiasts can learn more about addiction at this year’s Twin Cities Film Fest. The festival, which runs Oct. 18-28 at the Show- Place ICON Theatre in St. Louis Park, features three documentaries and a fi c- tional fi lm on the subject. “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict” will run 12:10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21. “Screenagers,” set to screen 2:15 p.m. Sunday, Price $1.00 Volume 47, No. 43 Oct. 22, tackles addictions related to the Internet, social media and video games. “Addicted to Porn: Chasing the Cardboard Butterfl y” focuses on an- other type of addiction during a screening 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25. The fi ctional fi lm, “Tater Tot & Patton,” dives into the topic of alcohol abuse, according to Twin Cities Film Fest Executive Director Jatin Setia. That fi lm will play 12:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. “It’s not necessarily all about alcohol addiction,” Setia said. “It’s much more about relationships, but you defi nitely see the characters using alcohol as a crutch.” The fi lm fest is spot- lighting Hazelden, a Minnesota-based addic- tion treatment center; the Index Opinion-Page 4 Calendar-Page 14 Public Safety-Page 33 Sports-Pages 20-23 Classifieds-Pages 28-32 Minnetonka-based Steve Rummler Hope Network, which focuses on opioid and prescription-drug abuse; and the Associa- tion for Nonsmokers – Minnesota. A representative from each of the organizations will participate in a panel discussion about addic- tion after the screening of “Chasing the Dragon” Oct. 21. While tickets for most of the movies at the festival have an admission price, tickets to see “Chas- ing the Dragon” will be free at the box offi ce. After the fi lm, the festi- val will present Lexi Reed Holtum, executive direc- tor of the Steve Rum- mler Hope Network, with its 2017 Changemaker Award. See Fest , Page 18 Sun Newspapers | 10917 Valley View Road Eden Prairie, MN 55344 sailor.mnsun.com facebook.com/SunSailor @MNSunSailor PUBLIC NOTICES: See page 26-27 @6<9 =6;, *6<5;: =V[L @,: MVY [OL VWLYH[PUN SL]` YLUL^HS HUK =V[L @,: MVY [OL IVUKPUN YLX\LZ[ PU [OL 5V]LTILY  NLULYHS LSLJ[PVU :/6> @6<9 :<7769; :PNU \W [V IL H =6;, @,: Z\WWVY[LY [V IL SPZ[LK VUSPUL HUK PU H :\U :HPSVY HK H[ ^^^]V[L`LZZSWZJOVVSZVYN 7YLWHYLK HUK WHPK MVY I` [OL =V[L @,: MVY :37 :JOVVSZ *VTTP[[LL   0UNSL^VVK (]L :[ 3V\PZ 7HYR 45