JOIN THE FESTIVAL
Can’t make the festival in person? Join us from November 6 to December 11 via our special online encore via our virtual cinema.
Many of the films screened in the festival will be available to watch online at your convenience from the comfort of your home.
Online access to the festival is free and open to the public. Due to licensing restrictions and digital rights management, registration is required.
Join the 2022 North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival at in-person events throughout the state. All events are free and open to the public. While reservations are not required, they are appreciated, especially for those events that include food.
The festival is scheduled to screen in Grand Forks on November 8, Bismarck on November 10, Minot on November 15, and concludes in Jamestown on December 6.
The Official Festival Guide for 2022 is online!
Learn more about the festival’s screening schedule, workshops, panel discussions, and filmmaker Q&A’s in our online guide. Follow the link below to open the program guide to read each film’s descriptions and plan your festival experience.
The North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival is thrilled to announce the official selections for 2022. Thirty-nine films from 10 countries will be screened theatrically.
The North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival centers conversations around and amplifies the voices of those who have been systemically underrepresented so that residents of Fargo gain a deeper understanding of the historical underpinnings of urgent contemporary human rights, civil rights, and social justice issues.
The North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival will feature the regional premiere of OYATE at the Oak Park Theater on Tuesday, November 15, at 7 p.m.
The Bismarck Screening of the North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival has been rescheduled due to pending winter weather.
Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten will provide opening comments at the Opening Ceremony and Awards Presentation of the North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival.
The 2022 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival will screen next in Minot, North Dakota, on Tuesday, November 15. Join us at the Oak Park Theater at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Join us in Bismarck on Tuesday, December 1st, and in Jamestown on December 6. A special online encore is available from November 6 – December 11. Visit our online schedule for more details about the in-person schedule.
Join our eNewsletter Human Voices, for up-to-date information about the festival.