NDSU Students Showcase History Documentaries

The topics include woman's right to vote in Fargo and her access to higher education at NDSU.

FARGO, N.D — A group of NDSU students are taking to the theater for the release of their documentary about North Dakota. I Plan To Vote With My Daughters: The Story Of Women’s Suffrage In North Dakota. The second film “Degree of Sisterhood: A History of the Alba Bales Practice House” which is about the historic building on NDSU’s campus….

Fargo Filmmakers Show Homelessness in North Dakota in First Chapter of “Home” Series

The series is split into 12 chapters

FARGO, N.D. — A new docuseries is taking a look at what a non-profit calls North Dakota’s homelessness crisis. “Home” is split into 12 chapters. Filmmakers Sean and Sonya Coffman with The Human Family premiered the first chapter at the Fargo Library. Sean says the idea came to him and his wife during his wife’s time volunteering at a local homeless…

“The Power of Minnesota,” a Documentary on Clean Energy, Premieres at Fargo Theatre

It features six stories of people powering their communities with renewable energy

FARGO, N.D. — “The Power of Minnesota,” a documentary about the clean energy in the state, premieres in the Fargo Theatre. The documentary highlights six stories of people across Minnesota who use renewable energy to power their communities. “There’s been a lot of exciting things happening in renewable energy in the region. One of the points of tonight’s discussion is…

North Dakota Based Opioid Documentary to Have a Free Premiere

The documentary tackles this nationwide issue on a state level

FARGO, ND — You have the chance to watch a new documentary about opioids before its television premiere. The 30 minute documentary is called, “The Opioid Epidemic: Seeking Solutions in North Dakota.” The Prairie Public produced film explores the stories of recovering addicts and families who lost loved ones to addiction. Blue Cross Blue Shield officials say viewers who watch…

“Mind Over Marathon” BBC Documentary on the Silence of the Mental Health Struggle

Prince William says this topic is especially close to his heart after his brother struggled silently with his mental health for more than 20 years after the death of their mother, Diana

INTERNATIONAL — Prince William is calling a new BBC documentary on mental health “amazing” because it gives those struggling silently with mental health a voice. The Duke of Cambridge was a guest speaker after a special screening of the movie and addressed many of the documentary subjects. He says this topic is especially close to his heart after his brother…