March 15 through 19, Fargo Theatre is hosting the Fargo Film Festival. Filled with seven film categories, luncheons and workshops, the festival promises an entertaining week. Photo by Maddie Malat.

Fargo film festival debuts on the theatre’s 90th birthday

It has come to be that time where Fargo Theatre will attract flocks of moviegoers and an endless variety of directors and actors who have submitted their films to the […]


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