The Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival is proud to announce the list of socially conscious and relevant films screening at the 11th annual festival. 19 films representing filmmakers from 6 countries will screen across 4 days.
The FM LGBT Film Festival will take place Wednesday, September 18 through Saturday, September 21 at the historic Fargo Theatre in Fargo, North Dakota. Doors open nightly at 6:30 p.m. Films begin screening at 7 p.m. In addition to the evening programs, an afternoon screening will take place on Saturday, September 21. Doors open at 2:30 p.m., and the screening begins at 3:00 p.m.
“Every season the FM LGBT Film Festival brings an array of this year’s films about the lives and stories of LGBT people to the Fargo-Moorhead audience,” said festival founder Raymond Rea. “We’re thrilled to continue this for an eleventh year.”
Pre-sale tickets for the FM LGBT Film Festival are currently available online at www.fmlgbtff.com. A Festival Pass to all screenings is available for $30. Tickets for individual screenings are $10. Tickets will also be available throughout the festival prior to the screenings at the Fargo Theatre.
The seven award-winning films of the 2019 FM LGBT Film Festival include Best Feature – “The Achivettes.” Best Ensemble Performance – “A Night at Switch ‘n Play.” Best Cinematography – “Song Lang.” Best Comedy – “Sammy the Salmon.” Best Music – “I Stand Corrected.” Best Writing (Drama) – “Listen.” Best Writing (Comedy) – “Lukewarm.”
“The award-winning films represent the best of what this year’s festival has to offer,” said festival co-director Sean Coffman. “We’re excited for the audience to experience these films.
The official schedule for the 2019 festival is available online at www.fmlgbtff.com.
Since 2009 the FM LGBT Film Festival has screened films from national and international sources, all with a focus on the lived experience of the Lesbian/ Gay/ Bisexual/ Transgender populations.
The 2019 FM LGBT Film Festival is made possible through the generosity of the MSUM Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the MSUM School of Media Arts & Design, and the Pride Collective and Community Center.