Regular Submission rates end September 7, 2018 for #NDHFF18.
Regular submission rates for filmmakers to the 2018 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival end in 7 days. Submit your film via FilmFreeway by midnight September 7, 2018 to take advantage of regular submission rates. Beginning September 8, Late Submission rates begin.
The mission of the North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival is to educate, engage, and facilitate discussion around local and world-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artist. 2018 is the second year for both the film and art festivals.
The film festival encourages filmmakers from around the world who have produced feature length or short documentary, narrative or experimental films that engage human rights related topics or themes to submit their work to the festival. While the festival rules out films that contain unacceptable inaccuracies of fact, films are not barred on the basis of a particular point of view. Films from both new and established filmmakers will be presented. International filmmakers are welcome to submit their work. Films for the festival will be selected via Jury, with equal concentration on human rights content and artistic merit.
In 2018, selected films and filmmakers will have the opportunity to have their films screened in three cities in North Dakota: In Grand Forks, North Dakota on Thursday, November 8 at the historic Empire Arts Center; in Bismarck, North Dakota on Tuesday, November 13 at the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum; and for two nights in Fargo, North Dakota on Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16 at the historic Fargo Theatre in Fargo, North Dakota.
Pre-sale tickets for the 2018 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival are currently available at a discounted rate. Save $5 by getting your individual event ticket or Festival Pass before October 1, 2018. Follow the following links to get your tickets today: Grand Forks, Bismarck or Fargo.
1 (701) 205-0248
PO Box 9468
Fargo, ND 58106-9468