Shot in the bread-basket of southern Minnesota. “Singin’ in the Grain” captures what it means to be a Czech-American today and, by extension, one’s own identity as an American. In folk song and dance, the Eddie Shimota polka band is followed for more than 40 years and three generations by documentarist Al Milgrom (“The Dinkytown Uprising”). As Minnesota’s “Czech Triangle” (New Prague,Montgomery, Veseli and Lonsdale) and St.Paul’s Sokol Hall celebrate with symbolic food, dance, costume, parades and holidays defining who they are, the film becomes a passport for re-examining America’s historic immigrant odyssey.Dozinky Days Film Fest tickets may be purchased online in advance of the show. All tickets are reserved seating, you will be given the best seats available at the time of purchase and may pick your tickets up at Will Call on the evening of the performance or at Community Education prior to September 19th. If you have seating preferences, please note that at the time of purchase; we will do our best to accommodate. Ticket can also be purchased in person at the New Prague Chamber of Commerce or the Community Education office.