Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

PROOF **

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Nishtha Jain and Deepti Gupta
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 20min

Film Synopsis: Amandeep will never forget his time as a junior gynecologist in a government hospital in Delhi. He was conscientious, which rendered him unfit for the system. The ‘women’s ward’ was a microcosm of woman’s lot in society. If he harbored any ideas about changing the system, he would have to search deeper, perhaps beginning with himself.
Note: Adult situations
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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

FRONT RANGE CHANGE **

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9:00 am | Block of 2 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
David Ganske
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 43min

Film Synopsis: The energy landscape in Colorado is changing. Over the past 15 years, there has been a gradual shift in the way electricity is produced and consumed across the state. The change is not unique to Colorado, but the way it is happening here makes this story special. In 2017, Xcel Energy announced further plans to retire existing coal plants and invest in more natural gas and renewable energy as part of the proposed Colorado Energy Plan. 
Is this the end for coal in Colorado? 
This documentary includes a brief history of the coal industry in Colorado, a discussion of groundbreaking energy policy, and perspectives from local leaders in the energy sector. 
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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

JUICE: HOW ELECTRICITY EXPLAINS THE WORLD **

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9:00 am | Block of 2 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Tyson Culver
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 80min

Film Synopsis: While the availability of electricity doesn’t guarantee wealth, its absence almost always means poverty. Juice takes viewers to Beirut, Reykjavik, Kolkata, San Juan, Manhattan, and Boulder to tell the human story of electricity and explain why power equals power.
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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

ASIA A

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Andrew Reid
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 20min

Film Synopsis: Inspired by a true story. A recent spinal cord injury patient struggles to reconcile his sense of self-worth with his new reality as a paraplegic. Note: Adult language & situations

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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

CARRY MY HEART TO THE YELLOW RIVER **

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Alexis Van Hurkman
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 22min

Film Synopsis: Taking her hospitalized friend’s place on a bike tour to the Yellow River, a high school graduate travels to faraway Gannan and races the clock to share pictures of the journey.
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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

TREATMENT **

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Andi Behring
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 8min

Film Synopsis: Hannah fights for her life both literally and figuratively while summiting her own personal Everest. Along her journey she is faced with the challenging choice of either giving up her fight to ultimately find peace, or instead clawing her way through the pain to recovery. In the end her larger than life adversary eventually becomes her greatest ally.
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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

THE HEALING OF HARMAN

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Seth Pinsker
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 19min

Film Synopsis: From Academy Award-nominated director, Seth Pinsker, comes a short film about hope, faith and forgiveness. A Kurdish refugee working in the heartland of America (Lincoln, Nebraska) as an interpreter, meets a mysterious man that asks for help with life and death consequences.

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Sep
20
9:00 AM09:00

My Daughter Yoshiko **

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9:00 am | Block of 6 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Brian Blum
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 16min

Film Synopsis: Japanese-American Single mother Saki Omura struggles to cope with her daughter’s autism diagnosis. Much more than a story of coping with autism, “My Daughter Yoshiko” is also about the power of trading shame for empathy.
Note: Adult language
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Sep
20
9:15 AM09:15

THE CRICKET KINGS OF QUEENS **

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9:15 am | Block of 2 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Hannah Keyser
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 23min

Film Synopsis: The Cricket Kings of Queens” follows three immigrant cricketers from John Adams High School in Queens, NY, whose team attempts an undefeated season. On the pitch, they have the chance to escape a world that is increasingly intolerant of immigrants.
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Sep
20
9:15 AM09:15

FLOAT

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9:15 am | Block of 2 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Phil Kibbe
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 82min

Film Synopsis: In the ultra-competitive indoor sport of elite, stunningly-designed model airplanes, a wild-card newcomer threatens to knock a teammate off his world champion throne.

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Sep
20
11:45 AM11:45

THE WILD **

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11:45 am | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Mark Titus
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 60min

Film Synopsis: Fresh into addiction recovery, an urgent threat emerges to spur filmmaker, Mark Titus back to the Alaskan wilderness - where the people of Bristol Bay and the world’s largest wild salmon runs face devastation if a massive copper mine is constructed.

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Sep
20
11:45 AM11:45

ASHES TO ASHES **

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11:45 am | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Kaitlin McMurry
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 17min

Film Synopsis: A small community in Northeast Alabama. A mayor whose town sits on the river’s banks. A businessman in the Mobile Bay. All of these communities are impacted by coal ash. This film tells the grim story of coal ash in Alabama.
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Sep
20
12:00 PM12:00

GENERATION COLUMBINE **

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12:00 pm | Block of 2 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Matt McDonough
Genre: Human Spirit Documentary
Duration: 85min

Film Synopsis: More than two decades after the shooting at Columbine, we’ve created an entire generation who grew up under the threat of gun violence. This film examines the epidemic of school shootings and their lasting impact through the eyes of survivors.
Note: Adult situations

Panel Discussion with the Director of Generation Columbine - Matt McDonough; a Building Hope representative, and other area mental health professionals and those affected by the Columbine shooting.
(following the films The Last Prayer and Generation Columbine)
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Sep
20
12:00 PM12:00

THE LAST PRAYER: SURVIVING CHRISTCHURCH **

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12:00 pm | Block of 2 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Genre: Human Spirit Documentary
Duration: 22min

Film Synopsis: New Zealand’s worst terrorist attack as seen through the eyes of the survivors and victims’ families. The Last Prayer is an emotionally charged documentary that empowers and inspires viewers to challenge their own beliefs on religion and humanity.
Note: Adult situations

Panel Discussion with the Director of Generation Columbine - Matt McDonough; a Building Hope representative, and other area mental health professionals and those affected by the Columbine shooting.
(following the films The Last Prayer and Generation Columbine)

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Sep
20
12:00 PM12:00

FISHBONE

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12:00 pm | Block of 1 Film | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Adan Aliaga
Genre: Drama
Duration: 100min

Film Synopsis: Jan works as a chef in a top restaurant in Manhattan. She is a workaholic without personal attachments. The sudden death of her father makes her leave NY and go back to Tabarca, a tiny island in Spain.
Note: Nudity

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Sep
20
2:15 PM14:15

HIKO IN TONGA **

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2:15 | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Paprika Leaverton
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 60min

Film Synopsis:HIKO is a unique juggling game, competition and culture that empowers all generations of females in this Pacific Island Group, The Kingdom of Tonga. It is highly unusual because Juggling is male dominated throughout the world. But in Tonga, the Hiko is for women only and men wouldn’t dare.
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Sep
20
2:15 PM14:15

SPIN **

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2:15 | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Marielle Woods
Genre: Short Comedy
Duration: 15min

Film Synopsis:When an optimistic color guard captain can’t land a post-college job, she must take a gig as a sign spinner. Ending up in a turf battle with a drug dealer, she’s forced to discover her inner badass to prevail.
Note: Adult language
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Sep
20
2:30 PM14:30

THE BUMBRY ENCOUNTER **

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2:30 pm | Block of 5 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Jay K Raja
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 15min

Film Synopsis: Jackie and Terry Bumbry are a mixed race couple who have a paranormal encounter with a bright light in the sky while driving near Mount Shasta. They report their experience to local law enforcement, who bring in a psychologist to assess the situation. But as Jackie tells her story to the doctor she comes to realize that there may be ulterior motives at play.
Note: Adult language

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Sep
20
2:30 PM14:30

BOOM BOOM

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2:30 pm | Block of 5 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Siddhartha Dutt
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 13min

Film Synopsis: Two young men, reconciling with their respective baggage of rivalry, prepare to settle the final conflict of their lives with a game in which one of them has to die. Who will win this game of life and death for the one love of their lives?

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Sep
20
2:30 PM14:30

YOU ARE MY PERSON **

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2:30 pm | Block of 5 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Dan Dobi
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 24min

Film Synopsis: When a couple having an affair with one another decides to pursue their relationship to the next level, breaking up with their partners poses to be harder than expected. Note: Adult language & situations
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Sep
20
2:30 PM14:30

STOP **

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2:30 pm | Block of 5 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
James Brown
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 27min

Film Synopsis: A routine traffic stop finds a New York State Trooper face to face with a storied stranger from his past. The chance encounter powerfully alters their fates... again. Note: Adult situations
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Sep
20
2:30 PM14:30

BEING AND NOTHINGNESS

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2:30 pm | Block of 5 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Ashley Avis
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 31min

Film Synopsis: When sixteen-year-old Lola is forced to relocate to Wyoming with her anxiety riddled mother, she fears nothing will ever happen to her there. Arriving on her grandmother Ivy’s farm, she falls into a dangerous lust with Ivy’s ranch hand Cody. Note: Adult language & situations

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

OH BABY!

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Meghann Artes
Genre: Animation
Duration: 9min

Film Synopsis: Miracle, science and luck all play a part in this vibrant and fantastic imagining of how life begins.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

CONCEPTION: DEBRA **

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Margaret Cheatham Williams & Jocie Juritz
Genre: Human Spirit Animation,
Duration: 5min

Film Synopsis: Why I Won’t Teach My Son ‘Black Codes’: Debra’s son is just 1 year old, but she knows that soon he will be perceived as a “big black boy.” Can she overcome the “systems” she feels are in place to oppress him?
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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

ANACRONTE

This years #breckfilmfest will feature a wide variety of movies and shorts. One of those being the animated short @anacronteshortfilm. The animated film explores the the conflicts of good and evil within every single one of us. Make sure to keep checking back to see other films being featured in our #filmfest.
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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Raúl Koler and Emiliano Sette
Genre: Animation,
Duration: 15min

Film Synopsis: Anacronte and the Sorcerers of Evil, without any emotion and fulfilling their destiny, they put to test humanity’s happiness in a struggle that, in short, has each of us as winners and losers.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

WAWATAY

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Neil Affleck
Genre: Animation,
Duration: 5min

Film Synopsis: Wawatay is an indigenous-led animated short film that explores the relationship between the living stories of the Anishnnabe people and the journey of connecting to them. In creating a story that offers an introduction to their culture and teachings, the filmmakers encourage people to partake of the Annishnaabe experience.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

SPICE FRONTIER

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Jalil Sadool & Adam Meyer
Genre: Animation
Duration: 9min

Film Synopsis: Over a century has passed since the destruction of Earth. Without a home planet, humans now live among the thirty-eight known alien species. Kent Williams, a struggling chef, leads a disparate band of adventurers aboard their ship, The Serrano. Eager to discover the culinary secrets of his ancestors, Kent and his cyborg companion, traverse the cosmos in search of rare Earth spices.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

GUN SHOP

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Patrick Smith
Genre: Animation
Duration: 2min

Film Synopsis: There are currently 393 million firearms in the US. This film shows 2328 of them. “Gun Shop” juxtaposes the frightening visual power of guns with a whimsy of Jazz percussion, and a dose of cultural irony.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

NOTHING TO SAY **

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Aubry Mintz
Genre: Animation
Duration: 10min

Film Synopsis: A turtle challenges the zookeeper and other animals by not speaking on command to receive food. An allegorical film expressing themes of exile and displacement of family and culture. Various animation styles uncover the emotional quality of the turtle’s experience.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

datastreamimagination **

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Eric Kunzendorf
Genre: Animation
Duration: 6min

Film Synopsis: datastreamimagination fuses data and imagination finding its expression through the streaming medium of animation. The narrative interrogates ideas of building complexity from simplicity, destruction being necessary for creation, imagination overcoming even death and opposites giving form to each other.
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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

TWO BALLOONS

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Mark Smith
Genre: Animation
Duration: 9min

Film Synopsis: Two adventurous lemurs navigate their dirigibles halfway around the world to a place where happenstance and fate threaten to disrupt their reunion.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

MILLIE **

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3:30 pm | Block of 10 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Hannah Olson, Isley Verbonitz
Genre: Animation - World Premiere, Student Film
Duration: 8min

Film Synopsis: Amongst the forgotten treasures of an old attic, an otherworldly encounter tests a boy’s limits in what he will do to mend a new bond, creating the chance for an unlikely friendship to be made.
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Sep
20
4:30 PM16:30

RUNNER **

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4:30 pm | Block of 1 Film | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Bill Gallagher
Genre: Human Spirit Documentary
Duration: 88min

Film Synopsis: Marathoner, Guor Maker’s difficult and triumphant journey from refugee to world-renowned athlete, told in intimate interviews with gorgeously animated flashbacks. His story is a distinctly inspirational one in which the indomitable human spirit emerges against all odds.
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Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

FALLS AROUND HER

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5:00 pm | Block of 1 Film | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Darlene Naponse
Genre: Drama,
Duration: 95min

Film Synopsis: Tantoo Cardinal shines as a world-famous Anishinaabe musician who returns to the reserve to rest and recharge -- only to discover that fame (and the outside world) are not easily left behind, in writer-director Darlene Naponse’s riveting portrait of resilience set among a northern First Nation.

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR

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6:00 pm | Block of 3 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Adva Reichman
Genre: Short Drama
Duration: 18min

Film Synopsis: A pregnant Palestinian woman, whose husband died in the Israeli prison, uses Hamas to plan a terror attack and revenge his death. The premature birth of her baby makes her reconsider, but will Hamas let her off the hook? Note: Adult situations

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

MY BODY IS NOT A WEAPON

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6:00 pm | Block of 3 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Platan
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 39min

Film Synopsis: A young woman powerfully declares that her body is not a weapon. Another vows to bring joy to all she meets. An intergenerational collection of singers dance in the courtyard of a holistic healing center. Female police recruits march at attention in Bukavu. All of them, along with a team of surgeons led by Dr. Denis Mukwege, stand at the intersection of a wartime rape epidemic, survivors, and world leaders seeking a freer, more just path to peace.
Note: Adult situations

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

WE ARE NOT PRINCESSES **

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6:00 pm | Block of 3 Films | COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE | 107 Denison Placer Rd.
Director:
Bridgette Auger & Itab Azzam
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 75min

Film Synopsis: Four Syrian refugee women find the strength to face the greatest of tragedies by embracing an unlikely role model: the ancient rebel princess Antigone.
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Sep
20
6:45 PM18:45

CONCEPTION: DEBRA

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6:45 pm | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Margaret Cheatham Williams & Jocie Juritz
Genre: Human Spirit Animation,
Duration: 5min

Film Synopsis: Why I Won’t Teach My Son ‘Black Codes’: Debra’s son is just 1 year old, but she knows that soon he will be perceived as a “big black boy.” Can she overcome the “systems” she feels are in place to oppress him?

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Sep
20
6:45 PM18:45

NORMIE **

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6:45 pm | Block of 2 Films | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Kurt Neale
Genre: Human Spirit Animation,
Duration: 74min

Film Synopsis: As a young millennial woman seeks independence and intimacy, she grapples with the realities of living with Down syndrome. She embarks on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to understand what it means to be normal.
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Sep
20
7:30 PM19:30

THE RIVER AND THE WALL **

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7:30 pm | RIVERWALK CENTER | 150 W. Adams Ave.
Director:
Ben Masters
Genre: Adventure Documentary,
Duration: 100min

Film Synopsis: The River and the Wall follows five friends into the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands. Together they travel 1200 miles from El Paso to the Gulf of Mexico by way of horseback, mountain bikes and canoes.
** Featuring OTTERBOX & MOUNTAIN OUTFTTERS Gear Giveaways!

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Sep
20
7:30 PM19:30

6 ANGRY CUBANS **

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7:30 pm | Block of 3 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Trisha LaFache
Genre: Short Comedy
Duration: 8min

Film Synopsis: Newlyweds, Abigail and Chris, attend a weekly family dinner when Abigail quickly finds out that honesty is not always the best policy.
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Sep
20
7:30 PM19:30

EVERYTHING’S SWELL

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7:30 pm | Block of 3 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Michael Wohl
Genre: Short Comedy
Duration: 13min

Film Synopsis: A pregnant couple comes to terms with their fears and insecurities as their families descend upon their home during the final days of the pregnancy. Note: Adult situations

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Sep
20
7:30 PM19:30

BATSH*IT BRIDE **

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7:30 pm | Block of 3 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Jonathan Smith
Genre: Comedy
Duration: 81min

Film Synopsis: On April Fools’ Day, just before her wedding, a bride pranks her fiancé by saying that she thinks that they’ve lost that spark and that they should call off the wedding and break up, only to discover that he feels the exact same way.
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Sep
20
8:45 PM20:45

THE TRUTH ABOUT MARRIAGE **

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8:45 pm | Block of 1 Film | THE SPEAKEASY THEATRE | 103 S. Harris St.
Director:
Roger Nygard
Genre: Documentary
Duration: 82min

Film Synopsis: This documentary by filmmaker Roger Nygard (TREKKIES) follows three not-so-ordinary couples to see how things turned out several years after their weddings. The film presents challenging ideas about relationships, as it answers: Why is marriage so hard for human beings? Note: Adult language & situations
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Sep
20
10:00 PM22:00

FIRST DISCO

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10:00 pm | Block of 2 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Helen O Reilly
Genre: Short Comedy
Duration: 19min

Film Synopsis: Culture Club are no. 1, everyone’s glued to Knight Rider, and Kelly Harrison is not only experiencing her first crush, she’s going to her first disco. The only problem is that she’s getting train tracks before her big night and becomes besieged by self-consciousness. However, with the help of her best friend, Kelly realises what’s really important in her life.

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Sep
20
10:00 PM22:00

ADOLESCENCE

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10:00 pm | Block of 2 Films | BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | 121 S. Ridge St.
Director:
Ashley Avis
Genre: Drama
Duration: 107min

Film Synopsis: When Adam, a teen from a dysfunctional family meets Alice -- an enigmatic runaway; his life is turned upside down. Spiraling out of control with her, it will take Adam’s support system to pull him toward the light again.
Note: Adult language & situations

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