Breckenridge Film Festival announces full program lineup
Filmmakers and film enthusiasts return to the High Country to the 37th consecutive year for the Breck Film Fest. The lineup includes 70 films represented by over 60 filmmakers including BFF alumni and student artists. From Thursday, Sept. 21, to Sunday, Sept. 24, there will be 34 Colorado premieres, 11 international premieres and 12 U.S. premieres. Film blocks feature stories of adventure, insightful documentaries, comedic shorts, suspenseful dramas and a highly regarded student film presentation. Among the films being shown are “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story,” “Blood Road,” an adventure reel, featuring “North of Known” and “Expedition Alaska,” both versions of “Beauty and the Beast” (from 1991 and 2017), “#Will,” “Holden On,” “Avanyu,” “Mining The Motherlode,” “Water & Power: A California Heist” and more. After each of the film showings follow unique accompanying events, such as panel discussions, mountain bike demos, group trail runs, audience discussions and opportunities to speak to people from all sectors of the film industry. In attendance will be professors, town council members, journalists, famous athletes, directors, producers, animators, therapists, public officials and film fans from all walks of life. Tickets to the film screenings range from $12-20. For more information, a full lineup or tickets visit, BreckFilmFest.org.
CMC Leadville hosts lecture on fear
As part of the Collegiate Peaks Forum Series, Dr. Margee Kerr, sociologist and author of “Scream: Chilling Adventures in the Science of Fear” will be presenting a lecture at Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville campus. Kerr studies…
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