Returning for Theatrical & Online Screenings Sept. 15-18, 2021
The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival is excited to announce the scholarship recipient to Faraz Ansari's Screenplay Writing Workshop for Storytellers with Special Focus on Queer Cinema. North Dakota resident Linae Enockson Bieber was selected to particpate in Faraz's...
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...
The Fargo-Moorhead Film Festival is proud to share the offical poster for our 12th anniversary season. Fargo-based artist Anna Johnson of Flying 7's Fine Art has hand-crafted a collage to celebrate twelve years of celebrating the lived experience of the Lesbian / Gay...
Official selections and festival program will be released on Wednesday, August 4. Individual tickets and passes for our theatrical presentation or online festival will be available beginning Wednesday, August 11. A full festival pass, providing access to both the theatrical and online screenings, will also be available.
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Join us in downtown Fargo
Reserve your room by August 16 for special festival pricing
Join us in the heart of downtown Fargo, North Dakota, at the Radisson Blu. A long-time supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and the Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival, the Radisson has recently completed an $11 million-dollar makeover. Over 150 guest rooms are available, fitness center, lounge, and restaurant.
Special room rates of $149/night are available to attendees of the festival. Reservations must be made by August 16, 2021, to take advantage of this special rate.
Ask for the Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival block pricing when calling (701) 232-7363.
The Fargo Theatre
A downtown icon of arts and culture
Built in 1926 as a cinema and vaudeville theatre, the beautifully restored Fargo Theatre now serves as an art house theatre featuring independent and foreign film. The Theatre is also Fargo’s hottest downtown venue for concerts and other live events. For over a decade, the Fargo Theatre has been the home of the Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival. We’re thrilled to be returning in 2021.
The Fargo Theatre is a non-profit organization and was placed on the National Register of Historical Places by the United States Department of the Interior.