Photo from Fargo Film Festival Facebook page. The 12th annual Fargo Film Festival kicked off Tuesday and runs through Saturday evening. This year is the most star-studded festival yet, and there will be something for everybody to enjoy.

Festival features celebrities galore

The Fargo Film Festival is celebrating its twelve anniversary this week, and it is shaping up to be the most star-studded year yet. The festival, which runs Tuesday through Saturday, […]


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