Kristin Tillotson

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-7046
A Strib journalist for nearly 20 years, Kristin Tillotson now writes mostly for features on a broad range of topics, and sometimes for news.

Recent content from Kristin Tillotson

'Short Term 12' makes a long-term impression

REVIEW: Life and love at a group home for troubled teens feels so real you forget it's fiction.

Updated: September 12, 2013, - 02:55 PM

'Family' plays brutality and cultural contempt for laughs

REVIEW: If cultural treason were a capital offense, “The Family” director Luc Besson would be on death row.

Updated: September 12, 2013, - 02:47 PM

Musician supporters rally at Orchestra Hall

With the lockout anniversary looming, a group backing Minnesota Orchestra musicians called for public pressure on management.

Updated: September 07, 2013, - 06:14 AM

Big tease, small payoff in 'Afternoon Delight'

After befriending a young stripper, a bored mom raises tantalizing issues, but never resolves them.

Updated: September 05, 2013, - 02:50 PM

'She's a very chill cat': The backstories of Grumpy and Henri Le Chat Noir

The back stories of Grumpy Cat and Henri, le Chat Noir.

Updated: August 24, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Internet Cat Video Fest confirms it: Felines are glamour pusses

From the Met to the Walker’s Internet Cat Video Festival, felines are having a cultural moment.

Updated: August 23, 2013, - 02:58 PM

'Ain't Them Bodies Saints': Gorgeous scenes, spotty story

REVIEW: David Lowery crafts a gorgeous portrait of a Texas couple on the wrong side of the law.

Updated: August 22, 2013, - 03:03 PM

'Butler' reveals a house divided

REVIEW: The tale of a black White House butler traces the trajectory of the civil rights movement (with a little Oprah on top).

Updated: August 15, 2013, - 06:44 PM

Minnesota farm country's newest crop: the arts

The state has become a national leader in using cultural activity to revitalize rural communities.

Updated: August 09, 2013, - 11:13 PM

In 'Still Mine,' a couple face aging and The Man

Like an octogenarian approaching crisis with the calm that life experience affords, “Still Mine” doesn’t feel the need to employ bells, bombs or zombies to make its quietly effective mark.

Updated: August 01, 2013, - 01:37 PM

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