Advance & Group Tickets Available

Advance tickets are currently available for the 2018 North Dakota Human Rights Film & Arts Festival. Save $5 by getting your individual event ticket or Festival Pass before October 1. Have a group of 10 or more that would like to come to the festival? Learn more about special group rates and how your group can be acknowledged at the festival.

celebrating our universal human rights

The Human Family is dedicated to the creation, support, promotion and distribution of human rights, social justice and social issue based projects. Our goal is to provide forums and facilitate discussion for filmmakers and artist documenting human rights violations and social injustices to showcase their work.

original programming

From feature length documentaries, to episodic series web and broadcast seres to audio podcasts, we develop original content around human rights and social justice issues.

exhibitions & panel discussions

Our flag ship annual human rights film and arts festival and our quarterly traveling film and discussion series are designed to facilitate discussion around important ideas.

Artist Resources

We provide a variety of resources to artist creating socially aware work, from a simple conversation and a cup of coffee to fiscal sponsorship and grants.

The north dakota human rights film & Arts Festival

Submissions for the 2018 festival are currently being accepted.

The mission of the North Dakota Human Rights Film & Arts Festival is to educate, engage and facilitate discussion around local and world-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and art.



Homelessness in North Dakota expanded by 18% between 2016 and 2017, and 58% of those homeless are unsheltered families with children – the highest rate in the country. Follow the stories of those individuals and families impacted by homelessness and the individuals and organizations dedicated to facing the homelessness crisis in North Dakota.


those among us: the human rights champions of north dakota

Those Among Us is a multi-disciplinary contemporary history project documenting the human rights and social justice champions of North Dakota.

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PO Box 9468
Fargo, ND 58106-9468