Standing in Solidarity Against Discrimination

Standing in Solidarity Against Discrimination

The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival stands in solidarity with LGBTQ and allied organizations across the state in condemning the hateful language of the North Dakota Republican Party’s 2020 platform.   Letter to the Editor Sunday, August 2, 2020   It...
The first silent LGBTQ love story from India makes its way to Fargo

The first silent LGBTQ love story from India makes its way to Fargo

This story originally appeared on WDAY on October 1, 2019. Written by Tanner Robinson. You can access the original story here. FARGO — An award-winning Indian film made its way to the Hotel Donaldson Tuesday, Oct. 1. “Sisak” is the first silent love story...
Indian LGBT filmmaker guest at HoDo screening

Indian LGBT filmmaker guest at HoDo screening

This story was originally posted on the InForum on September 27, 2019. The original story can be found online here. By John Lamb.   FARGO — The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival may have passed, but organizers have scheduled another event to further the...
Faraz Arif Ansari comes to Fargo to support FM LGBT Film Festival

Faraz Arif Ansari comes to Fargo to support FM LGBT Film Festival

Support the efforts of the FM LGBT Film Festival to bring current and relevant queer film to our northern community by joining us for an intimate evening with award-winning filmmaker, Faraz Arif Ansari. Faraz will be joining the FM LGBT Film Festival from Mumbai,...
11th Annual F-M LGBT Film Festival Wraps Up

11th Annual F-M LGBT Film Festival Wraps Up

This story was originally posted on KVRR on September 21, 2019. The original story can be found online here. By Angela Shen.   FARGO, N.D. — The F–M LGBT Film Festival wraps up tonight after a successful run. The 11th annual event included 19 films over four...
Hear Our Voice!

Hear Our Voice!

This story was originally posted via the High Plains Reader on September 18, 2019. The original story can be found online here. By Sabringa Hornung.   When asked about the origins of the LGBT Film Festival, Raymond Rea, MSUM film instructor and LGBT Film Festival...