Colorado Shorts: Documentaries
Enjoy 6 short documentary films from the 2018 Denver Film Festival featuring the work of Colorado filmmakers. Colorado Shorts: Documentaries is presented by the Broomfield Film Project, a program of the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities. Ages 13 and up. There will be a raffle for 2 free tickets to the upcoming narrative short film program scheduled for summer 2019, and snacks and drinks available for purchase.
FILMS IN THE PROGRAM:
"Jim's Camelot": Jim Bishop has dedicated his life to building a castle all by himself in the mountains of Colorado. Known for his tendency to speak his mind as well as his inspiring work ethic, Jimand his castleattract thousands of visitors every year.
"Go Debbie": When Vietnam veteran Debbie began her transition, she lost her job, her home, and her lifes savings. Undaunted, she pursued her dream and is now living happily as a pink-haired activist.
"The Last Honey Hunter": In the mist-shrouded mountains of Nepal's Hongu River valley, the Kulung people carve their lives out of the land while practicing an ancient form of animism.
"Luthier": A glimpse into the unique world of Tom Hicks, a veteran ski patrolman and luthier whose life is as unconventional as his craft.
"Manos De Una Mujer": Follows the struggles of a dauntless Hispanic single mother and their effect on her daughter.
"Ute Mountain Tribal Park: Meditations, Blessings and Prayers": A new generation of Utes must find a balance between the challenges of a rapidly changing world and the preservation of cultural identity.
Broomfield Auditorium (View)
3 Community Park Road
Broomfield, CO 80020
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|