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Welcome to Tellwell’s weekly Plog (photo-blog)!

Can you believe we’re already to the final Friday in March 2024?? Us neither.

Fun at the Film Fest

The Fargo Film Festival ran the 19th-23rd and we had a blast attending! While there was so much to see and talk about, we did capture a few photo highlights.

Tellwell Chief of Staff Annie was able to grab these great captures of writer, director, producer, and actor Vivian Kerr. Her film Scrap was the Best Narrative Feature Film winner–congrats, Vivian!

Both Project Manager Lucas (with partner Christine) and Content Specialist KJ (with fiancé Tyler) went to the screening of Immaculate and then listened to the conversation with producer Will Greenfield immediately after. 

The screenings were held at the historic Fargo Theater. We all were psyched to see them use the historic Wurlitzer organ to kick off the screenings. Fun fact, it’s just shy of a century old!

Take a peek at what the Wurlitzer looks like when it’s raised and lowered (all while being actively played):

Filming in the Studio

As much as we love to travel, sometimes it’s nice to stay close to home (especially when a March blizzard hit us early in the week!). 

We had some filming in our studio, creating a screen test for one of our clients. Fun fact: this was one of Video Content Writer Kari’s inaugural Tellwell pieces! 

Finding our Creativity

Can you believe we’re already to the final Friday in March 2024?? Us neither.

The last Friday of each month brings Creative Mornings and we love to go support our local creative community! 

This month, the Fargp Something special about this month is that the Fargo chapter selected the theme that was used at Creative Mornings events around the world: Perspective. Ruth Anna Buffalo spoke, sharing how her family history and growing up as a Hidatsa woman have shaped her perspective.

That wraps up this week! Keep an eye out for our next plog, coming Friday, April 5th!