The North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival is excited to share the official poster for NDHRFF4. This amazing piece of work was hand created by DC Houle of Mandan, North Dakota.
DC has been painting professionally for nearly forty years and has become an artist of many styles, not content with one signular style. DC has taken his abilities to all avenues of “Art” and sees no limits as to what a person can accomplish.
DC sees his artwork as a tool that is borderless and has the deeper purpose of bringing understanding and clarity to the viewers about “universal” thinking. Meaning there are really no borders or restrictions on the freedoms of healthy living and becoming. DC describes himself as a “Universal Artist;” meaning his expressions in artwork have a place for everyone.
DC is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwa, from northern North Dakota, and is of mixed blood-lines.
Learn more about DC’s work at www.houleware.com. Add the poster to your collection by visiting the official festival store.
Tickets for the festival are on sale now. An All-Access pass that provides access to all films in the festival is $35. Individual sessions are $12. Passes and individual tickets are available online at www.ndhrff.org. To view the film catalog and films, attendees will utilize the Eventive platform available at https://ndhrff2020.eventive.org
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival has moved online for the 2020 season. Films will be screened beginning midnight Sunday, November 8 through midnight Sunday, November 15. A majority of films are available Video-on-Demand and may be viewed anytime during the festival. Certain films have limited availability. See the online film guide for official screening times and additional information.
The mission of the North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival is to educate, engage, and facilitate discussion around local and worldwide human-rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists. The festival is a non-partisan event, and all are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information about the 2020 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival or to arrange interviews with visiting filmmakers, contact Sean Coffman at (701) 205-0248 x101.