NEWS AND UPDATES
OYATE was selected by the audience of the North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival for the Audience Choice Award for 2022.
Katie Christensen and Kristie Wolff join Human Voices to talk about the film THE 8TH and to discuss their work protecting reproductive rights.
Kalpna Singh-Chitnis joins Human Voices to talk about her experimental short, The Tree, which has its regional premiere at NDERFF2.
Filmmakers and advocates converge in Fargo for the 2022 North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival.
Filmmaker Loren Waters joins Human Voices to discuss her directorial debut, Restoring Néške’emāne. The documentary short will have its regional premiere at the 2022 North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival.
Katie Bell joins Human Voices to talk about her directorial debut, RURAL REVIVAL, which has its U.S. premiere at NDERFF2.
The Human Family partners with High Plains Fair Housing Center to screen the documentaryJim Crow of the North at The Fargo Theatre.
Educators can receive a free All-Access Pass to NDERFF for use in classroom and educational settings.
The Human Family announces the full lineup of official selections for the 2nd annual North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival.
The fifth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival has opened at the UND Art Collection’s Gallery at the Empire Arts Center.