changing the world through art
Join us and help educate, engage and facilitate discussion in our communities around local and word-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists.
what we do
The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival
Celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender lived experiences through the visions of innovative filmmakers.
those among us: the human rights champions of north dakota
A contemporary history project documenting North Dakota’s human rights and social justice warriors.
The fourth annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will be on display in Williston at the James Memorial Art Center.
Join us for a special theatrical presentation of the film SLAY THE DRAGON in Fargo at the historic Fargo Theatre.
Join us for a special theatrical screening of SLAY THE DRAGON in Minot at the historic Oak Park Theater.
The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival returns to the historic Fargo Theatre for our 13th season. Watch the films on the big screen, or join us online for a special hybrid exhibition of this year’s films.
What Drives Us
The Human Family is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) founded to change our communities through art. The mission of The Human Family is to educate, engage and facilitate discussion around local and word-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists.
Would you like to help with an upcoming event? Follow the link below to learn more about the opportunities to volunteer with the Human Family.
Chapter Two of Home: The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota is an official selection of the Morehouse College Human Rights film festival.
The Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will open August 2 in Williston at The James Memorial Art Center.
Filmmaker Andrew LeinsAndrew Leines joins the production team of the award-winning documentary series, Home: The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota. Leins will be joining the post-production team as Lead Editor for the series. Leines is a Fargo-based video editor and...