The Westphal Human Rights Film & Art Grant Program provides funding for filmmakers and artists living in North Dakota creating works that relate to the discussion of human rights, environmental rights or social justice.
All narrative and documentary filmmakers, and 2D, 3D and performance artists are invited to apply. Innovative and original projects are encouraged to apply.
Michelle Kommer, Labor Commissioner for the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights, will join the panel discussion "How to Access Human Rights in North Dakota and Minnesota" on Wednesday, November 15, at The Fargo Theatre during the North Dakota Human...read more
FARGO, N.D. (November 14, 2017) – As part of the North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival’s mission to educate and embrace cultural differences, each evening of the film festival at the historic Fargo Theater will begin with a prayer of peace, inspiration and...read more
The following article was published in print and online in the InForum on November 11, 2017. You can find the original article online here. The article was also published on the West Fargo Pioneer on the same day, and can be found online here. By Form Staff Reports...read more
We're excited to share that Friday night's screening of "Awake, a Dream from Standing Rock" with the panel discussion "Reflections of Standing Rock" is sold out! “Awake” documents the peaceful resistance of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to the Dakota Access Pipeline,...read more
FARGO, N.D. (November 10, 2017) – The North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival opens Monday, November 13 at the Spirit Room in downtown Fargo, North Dakota. Individuals may view the work in the exhibition Monday through Saturday, 1:30 - 5:00 p.m. The exhibition will be...read more
The following article was published in print and online in the High Plains Reader on November 8, 2017. You can find the original article online here. By Greg Carlson An impressive collection of visual art and fiction and nonfiction movies can be seen by the public...read more