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Join us at the historic Fargo Theatre Tuesday, October 8
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Screenings begin at 7:00.
General Admission is $7 in advance, $10 at the door
Students and Seniors 55+ are $3
Directed by Guillaume Versteeg | Netherlands 2008
Winner: 2019 Best Animation/Experimental Film
A reflection of the creation of an unattainable icon of perfection ultimately pursued in vain.
T.I.A. (THIS is Africa)
Directed by Matthieu Maunier-Rossi | Congo 2015
Winner: 2019 Best Narrative Short
Amidst some popular areas of Brazzaville, Aïpeur Foundou shows us a possible way to freedom.
Intrinsic Moral Evil
Directed by Harm Weistra | Netherlands 2013
A layered tale of idenity and coming of age that plays with the viewer’s perception and expectations.
Dancing in Silk
Directed by Magali An Berthon | United States 2019
Winner: 2019 Best Documentary Short
The story of Khannia, a young Cambodian American dancer and instructor at Khmer Arts Academy.
Directed by Komrakova Liudmila | Russian Federation 2013
Winner: 2019 Best Cinematography | Narrative Short
After a dispute in the car, a woman exits and goes to the bus stop. There she meets another and it is love at first sight – until the driver returns…
Directed by Camila Saldarriaga | Spain 2019
A short film about resilience and the power of imagination.
Directed by Lisa Le Lievre | United States 2018
A short film using the tango as a metaphor for life’s tempting interruptions.
Directed by Carolyn Pampalone Rabbers | United States 2019
Student Choreographers & Filmmakers
How does your breath affect you, your relationships, and your choices? Do you let yourself breathe?
Directed by Nicholas Rowe | New Zealand 2019
Winner: 2019 Best Feature Documentary
Do we shape cities, or do cities shape us? Award-winning community dance artist Nicholas Rowe journeys through seven cities to explore how very diverse dancers respond to their urban landscapes. Filmed in Laos, Fiji, Lebanon, Italy, Palestine, Finland and Australia, this dance film weaves performances from marginalized community groups, to question how creating dances together can foster a sense of belonging.
FESTIVAL NEWS & UPDATES
The North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival returns for 2023 with an exhibition at the Plains Art Museum.
The National Endowment for the Arts has approved The Human Family for a grant in the amount of $20,000.
Artist Hillary Kempenich has been selected as the Invited Artist for the 2023 North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival.