Shannon Kring’s “End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock” looks at recent history through the eyes of indigenous female water protectors.
Educators can receive a free All-Access Pass to NDERFF for use in classroom and educational settings.
The North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival is excited to announce the Official Selections for the 2021 festival.
The first annual North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival will take place April 11 – 25, 2020. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the festival will stream online using the Eventive platform. Films and panel discussions will be available on-demand, and audiences can experience these important conversations from the comfort and safety of their homes.
How to Watch
Tickets and passes are on sale now. Experience all of the films in the festival and special filmmaker Q&As and panel discussions with an All-Access Pass.
All-Access Pass $45
Provides access to over 40 films
À la carte options
Only have time to watch a few films? Create a personal experience with our à la carte options. Purchase individual tickets by clicking on specific films on the online watch page.
- Curated Cinema Blocks: $15
- Individual Features: $10
- Individual Shorts: $5
2021 Festival Program
2021 Film Guide
The official films of the 2021 North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival.