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TANKHOUSE

The comedy, filmed in 2019, starts a weeklong run at the Fargo Theatre on Friday, May 13.
A private screening of the new film is set for Monday, May 9, at the Fargo Theatre, with a streaming release and another weeklong run at the theater starting May 13.
The movie was shot in Fargo and Los Angeles in 2019 and will be released in theaters and video on demand next month.
This month marks the one-year mark of when "Tankhouse" was filmed in Fargo. What kind of impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on production and release of the movie?

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This month marks the one-year mark of when "Tankhouse" was filmed in Fargo. What kind of impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on production and release of the movie?
The cast and crew of Tankhouse said their goodbyes and flew out of Fargo for Los Angeles, where they'll film for a few more days there. The project was a fast and furious one, as filming began on Monday, Sept. 16 and officially wraps Friday, Oct. 4. The debut is expected to be ready in about one year. Here's a look back at some of the moments captured during the project in Fargo.
FARGO — After two weeks, hundreds of memorized lines, hours upon hours of work and mountains of fried pickles from the Toasted Frog, filming for the movie "Tankhouse" has finally concluded in Fargo.
FARGO — Thursday, Oct. 3, was day 14 of filming for the movie "Tankhouse" in Fargo, and now they're calling it a wrap.
FARGO — An actor in the movie "Tankhouse" has some slight — very slight — Fargo ties.
FARGO — On Monday, Sept. 16, Fargo became the set of a new film. The comedy, "Tankhouse," follows two New Yorkers who move to Fargo to start a theatrical revolution.

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FARGO — On Monday, Sept. 16, Fargo became the set of a new film. The comedy, "Tankhouse," follows two New Yorkers who move to Fargo to start a theatrical revolution.
FARGO — The oil boom has affected not just North Dakota, but Hollywood too. Following a handful of western films in the '40s and '50s, there were few films that took place in the state until the late 2000s. Since 2014, at least one movie has been set here each year and the oil fields in western North Dakota have often been used in the plot.
FARGO — On Monday, Sept. 16, Fargo became the set of a new film. The comedy, "Tankhouse," follows two New Yorkers who move to Fargo to start a theatrical revolution.

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