Create. Inspire. Empower.
The workshop is designed to take place in the early mornings of mid-summer. Six classroom sessions will take place to provide the fundamental knowledge of film production. Following the theoretical work, students will have three weeks to produce their own work.
Monday, June 21 – Monday, July 1. Students will meet from 9-noon at The Human Family’s training center in downtown Fargo.
Hands-on Production Experience
From July 6 to July 27, students will have individual access to production equipment to produce their films.
Friday, September 17 at 7 p.m. as part of the 13th Annual Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival.
2021 Visiting Filmmaker
Each year, an LGBTQ+ filmmaker is invited to Fargo-Moorhead to share their talents and experience with a group of students. Read more below to learn about this year’s talented visiting filmmaker.
Director | She/Her/Hers
Ace Steele is a filmmaker originally from Rochester, MN. A recent film production graduate at Minnesota State University Moorhead, Ace aims to make films that impact the audience and make them think about what they are watching. Her latest film CLOSE TO HOME tackles the subject of the LGBTQ+ community and the importance of acceptance within society.