FMLGBTFF12 to be Held Virtually September 13-19

FMLGBTFF12 to be Held Virtually September 13-19

Aug 30, 2020 | FM LGBT FF | 0 comments

The 2020 Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival will take place exclusively online September 13-19.

For the twelfth season, virtual attendees will experience high-quality storytelling from 30 different LGBTQ filmmakers from 11 different countries. The films will be available to stream to homes September 13-19 using Eventive, an online streaming platform. Festival audiences will be able to stream films to their televisions via the Eventive app found on AppleTV or Roku streaming devices or from their tablet, phone, or computer.

Viewers have the opportunity to purchase an All Movie Pass for $35 that provides access to 4 Short Film Programs, 8 Feature Films and Q&A sessions with filmmakers. Individual session tickets for each of the short programs and feature films are also available for $12 each. For individual tickets, attendees should visit the online program they’re interested in viewing to purchase a ticket.

Once purchased, viewers will have the opportunity to watch the films at their convenience between Sunday, September 13, and Saturday, September 19. The only exception is for the feature film, “Consent Factory: Lesbo-Queer Perspectives,” which is only available for viewing between Wednesday, September 16, and Thursday, September 17.

New Ways | Directed by Jonas & Julien


The 2020 season offers a broad array of short and feature narrative, documentary, animated and experimental films. The Official Selections for the 2020 Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival include (in alphabetical order):

After that Party | Directed by Caio Scot | Brazil
AYANEH | Directed by Nicholas Greinacher | Switzerland
Birds of a Feather | Directed by Varad Bhamburdekar | India
Change Chou’s Dream | Directed by Kuo Yu Chen | Taiwan
Consent Factory: Lesbo-Queer Perspectives | Directed by Mathilde Capone | Canada
Galore | Directed by Dylan Tonk & Lazlo Tonk | Netherlands
Gay as in Happy: A Queer Anti-Tragedy | Directed by Jordana Valerie Allen-Shim | Canada
Haiku from a Dead Poet | Directed by Akira Kamiki | Brazil
HANN | Directed by Runar Thor Sigurbjornsson | Iceland
HOMO | Directed by Aster Lobel | USA
In Light of Love | Directed by Nathan Shanahan | USA
Kapana | Directed by Philppe Talavera | Namibia
March for Dignity| Directed by John Eames | UK
Miss Mann | Directed by Tathagate Ghosh | India
New Ways | Directed by Jonas Hegi | UK
Next Level Shit | Directed by Gary Jaffe | USA
Nice Chinese Girls Don’t | Directed by Jennifer Abod | USA
One Actor Short #2 | Directed by Yuval David | USA
Our Service, Our Stories: The Evolution of the LGBT Military Experience | Directed by Bill Anderson, Neild Beecher, Bill Duckworth, Belita Edwards, Ed Imparato, Michael La Borde, Warren Tymony | USA
OUT LOUD | Directed by Gail Willumsen | USA
Reparations | Directed by Gregory G. Allen
Sparks | Directed by Netta Shalev | Isreal
Stand Up Stand Out: The Making of a Comedy Movement | Directed by David Pavlosky | USA
Stone | Fruit | Directed by Brandon Krajewski | USA
The Lonely Prince | Directed by Shivin & Sunny | India
The Millennial Experience | Directed by Alex Crozier | USA
The Stand-In | Directed by Yousef Kazemi | USA
The Whistle | Directed by StormMiguel Florez | USA
To You | Directed by Mary Ann Pianka | USA
Unexpected | Directed by Daniele Guerra | UK

The misson of the Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival is to bring relavent and current queer cinema to the northern communities of North Dakota. For more information about the festival, visit The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival is presented by The Human Family, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to promoting human rights and social justice through film and art.


The Human Family

The Human Family promotes human rights and social justice through film and art.


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