Make A Year-End Contribution to FilmNorth

November 20th, 2020

Help us keep classes and screenings online, employ teaching artists at a time when artists are struggling for employment, and keep youth engaged in enriching media arts education.

The COVID-19 has been exceptionally difficult for nonprofit arts organizations, including FilmNorth. We are grateful for our incredible community who has supported us as we successfully moved film classes, youth programs, and CinemaLounge screenings online and as we created the Minnesota Film Community Emergency Relief Fund, providing $500 grants to filmmakers and film crew in need. 

In the final two months of this tumultuous year, FilmNorth has set a fundraising goal of $30,000 to allow us to continue to support independent filmmakers who call Minnesota home. We invite you to join us in celebrating the amazing talent of the filmmakers who share our stories with the world. You can make a donation to FilmNorth here. Any amount makes a difference! Thank you!

FilmNorth Pilot Lab: Inclusive & Socially Conscious Filmmaking

September 11th, 2020

With the participation of leading industry professionals throughout America, this fall FilmNorth launches a free six-week pilot program that starts October 21 designed to help filmmakers in any stage of their career practice greater inclusive and socially responsible filmmaking and become leaders of change in our field. More info and application here.

FilmNorth & Walker Art Center Present WE TAKE EVERYTHING WITH US

Celebrate new works by local and regional emerging filmmakers, guest curated by Valérie Déus and Merit Thursday, programmers and hosts of FilmNorth’s monthly Cinema Lounge series. Explore the myriad ways these 11 artists use experimental and new media practices in this online cinema showcase. Together, they express complex and unique visions and voices of the Twin Cities and the Midwest today.

The films are available on the Walker website beginning at 10 am (CDT) September 22 until 5 pm (CDT) October 6 and may be viewed from anywhere in the world. More info here.
 
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