Fargo Film Festival

LIVE: Talking Some Of The Big Films At This Year’s Fargo Film Festival

Fargo Film Festival Going Virtual This Year, Running Through August 30th

  You only have a couple days left to catch some or all of the 40+ films available at the Fargo Film Festival. The entire festival is virtual this year so you can watch them at home if you buy a pass. But the movies are only available through August 30th. Fargo Theatre Executive Director Emily Beck says people have…

Fargo Film Festival goes virtual

The festival takes place from August 26th-30th. All films can be screened online.

FARGO, N.D. — The 20th annual Fargo Film Festival has gone virtual. It will take place from August 26th until August 30th. You can buy an all movie pass for $80 that will give you access to the 44 short and three feature films in the lineup. You can also purchase a $15 session pass. Sessions are either a block…

Fargo Film Festival Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns

The festival was scheduled March 17-21 at the Fargo Theatre.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Film Festival has been canceled due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival was scheduled March 17-21 at the Fargo Theatre. The Fargo Theatre Executive Director, Emily Beck said, “This was a difficult decision, but protecting the health of our audiences, filmmakers, volunteers and community must always be our top priority.” At this time, the Fargo…

LIVE: The Curtain Rises at the Fargo Film Festival

Films run from Tuesday, March 20th through Saturday, March 24th

  Matt Olien with the Fargo Film Festival joins Adam to talk about the 18th annual festival this week. He tells us about some of the films that will screen this week, including Oscar-nominated films. There will also be Q & A sessions with actors and other filmmakers. Films run from Tuesday, March 20th through Saturday, March 24th. You can…

LIVE: An Evening With Sean Astin To Help Local Non-Profits

Q&A Event Supports HERO And Fargo Film Festival

  He helped search for a hidden pirate treasure, lead the ring-bearer to Mt. Doom in order to save Middle Earth, and inspired everyone as Rudy. Now he’s helping two local non-profits. Brent Brandt with HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization, joins Adam Ladwig to talk about An Evening with Sean Astin September 13th at the Fargo Theater. Astin will present…